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Active Kids, Healthy Futures: Unlocking the Power of Play in Urban Design.

Scheduled for May 15th at 14:00, this webinar is a unique opportunity to engage with experts and thought leaders in the field of children's play and physical activity.

Our esteemed speakers will share insights, evidence, and case studies on the critical importance of providing ample opportunities for children to play and be physically active.

Here's what you can expect:

  • Insights from Policy Advocates: Eugene Minogue, Director of Play England, will shed light on the policy-led inquiry to the parliamentary committee, offering formal recommendations to the government for advancing children's play opportunities.

  • Community Empowerment through Outdoor Play: Ingrid Skeels from Playing Out will discuss the benefits of outdoor play for children and communities, sharing inspiring case studies of how parents, children and neighbourhoods are reclaiming public spaces for play.

  • The Case for Investment in Children's Play: Amanda Gummer, Chair of the Association of Play Industries, will present compelling evidence on why investing in children's play is crucial for health, education and social and economic development.

  • Unlocking the Benefits of Play Equipment Design: Michael Hoenigmann, Managing Director of Jupiter Play and Leisure, will showcase how innovative play equipment design can enhance children's physical, social and intellectual development through engaging case studies.

Each speaker will provide informative presentations, interactive elements such as polling questions and valuable resources to empower you to make a difference in your community.

We encourage you to share this invitation with your network and anyone who shares our commitment to promoting active, healthy lifestyles for children.

Join us on May 15th to explore the power of play and discover how together, we can create a brighter future for our children.

Together, let's champion active kids and healthy futures!


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