My plan to showcase some of London’s most playful places has been in the pipeline for a while. And now it’s around the corner. For all the latest info, follow this link to the mighty Playscapes blog – including handy onward links to the Open House website, with more details and maps for all the venues.
Join in with the visits and tours! (No RSVP needed.) Come along to the seminar! (RSVP please.) Share this post around! (Or the Playscapes one, we don’t mind.) Twitterers, tweet your views! (Use the #openforplay hashtag so others can find them.)
Hope to see lots of you next week.
Reblogged this on PlayGroundology and commented:
Check out the best of London’s playgrounds with well known advocates and lovers of innovative playground design Tim Gill (rethinking childhood) and Paige Johnson (Playscapes). There is a parallel event happening in NYC too in this first ever and hopefully recurring Open for Play. My only disappointment about this great news is that I won’t be able to join all the playground aficionados in London. I’m sure there will be posts in both Tim and Paige’s blogs.
Félicitations for organizing what is sure to be a great event.
Alex – as I said on your blog – thanks for reblogging, and there’s always next year!
Hoping to come along to the seminar tomorrow and meet you and Paige – looks great – congrats on brilliant initiative!
Nice to see you on Weds Linden – sorry we didn’t have more time to chat.
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