Play England has responded to the UK Government Periodic Report on UNCRC.
The Play Safety Forum has produced Managing Risk in Play Provision to help strike a balance between the risks and the benefits of offering children challenging play opportunities.
Play, leisure and recreation are vital ingredients of a healthy, happy childhood.
The Play England Annual Report provides details of our achievements during 2010-11.
On 26 July 2010, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs published a discussion paper: An invitation to shape the Nature of England, as part of its consultation for ‘protecting the environment and enhancing biodiversity’.
On 14 October 2010, the Office for Civil Society opened its consultation on how it can best work with new providers, including the voluntary, charity, social enterprise and community sectors, to support the building of public infrastructure.
The Play England Annual Report provides details of our achievements during 2009-10, in what has been called, a rollercoaster year for the Play Sector.
The Conservative Party general election manifesto made a commitment to ‘return the Lottery to its original purpose’ and to ‘put an end to any further government interference and ensure a greater share of Lottery funding goes to the arts, sport and heritage’.
A briefing for Play England members on Lord Young’s Health and Safety Review, Common Sense, Common Safety.
This briefing was submitted to government ministers by Play England in advance of the October Comprehensive Spending Review.