At the heart of the Master Plan is an inclusive Playscape, a playful and playable landscape, that does not segregate by age all ability.

The design follows Best Practice principles for play provision, specifically the use of natural elements and an inclusive approach allowing people of all abilities and ages to play together.


  • Relocated play area with rolling, playable landscape with natural features.
  • Spectacular, bespoke, climbing frame that provides many play opportunities and routes
  • In-wheelchair access to the sand play, trampoline and roundabout and a double-width slide for carers to assist, as well as sensory elements
  • Boundaries created through planting and landscaping, more trees for shade and wildlife
  • New secure fence around car park
  • Safer distance from the cricket boundary

We were delighted that in Spring 2021 we reached our fundraising target for this phase and so Duncan & Grove are now on site! They have removed all the old equipment (saving the red horse and roundabout for a new quirky seating area by the shelter) and are now in the process of marking out the site and getting ready to build the new mounds! Their team back at the workshop are also busy building the bespoke climbing frame too. Yippee!


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Buoyed by this success our fundraising continues for the next phase, the wheelscape, a crucial element that offers another play environment particularly for the older child and young person. Help us bring this phase to life by signing up for the Shelford Fun Run 26.09.21 and raising money for this cool mini-skatepark.


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