The PiPA map is designed to help families find their local outdoor play space provision suitable for their needs. It highlights items such as play activities, toilets, refreshment areas and parking.
|Operational times||please enquire|
|Age range||1 - 25|
|Specialist experience||Delivering playground projects with local authorities for over 10 years|
Day trips or evenings out
|Location||National, telephone or online service|
The PiPA-Map is an interactive map that allows you to find the best free play spaces across the country that have been designed to be inclusive with activities and facilities that are suitable for your families needs. It's free to use and has all the information you need on what is at the park, how to get there, if there are facilities on site and more. If you think you have a great space not listed on the PiPA-Map just contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it on. It is now widely recognised that free outdoor play provision must be more inclusive so a family can enjoy play activities as a whole and not segregate disabled children from their siblings and friends. Inclusive Play are still campaigning for outdoor play spaces to be better and we need your help! Try the PiPA Assessment on your local play space to see if it has been designed to be inclusive, this is a great way to start a campaign to improve facilities and attract new funds; and help get it listed on the PiPA Map today! http://www.inclusiveplay.com/pipa-assessment/ http://www.inclusiveplay.com/map/ Inclusive Play's PiPA assessment is now even recognised by the UK Government's The Accessible Britain Challenge and is listed as a key resource.