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Our Let's Play Fair campaign is back 🪁
Do you remember us making a few posts about a campaign called Let’s Play Fair last year? Don’t fret if not. I’ll catch you up. Let’s Play Fair is a campaign for free, accessible, and inclusive playgrounds in every community. You can check out what we got up to last year on our website.
I’m glad to say that Let’s Play Fair is back! And, this year, we’re focussing on making local changes.
Life is harder than it should be for families with disabled children. Especially during the current cost of living crisis, as many of you will know.
So it’s really important that disabled children and young people have access to free, inclusive playgrounds in their area. Play helps children to develop, and form memories that last a lifetime.
Throughout the campaign this summer and beyond, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Call on your councillor to prioritise playgrounds
- Discover how accessible and inclusive your local playground is
- Find out how to influence your local decision makers on this issue
This will help make sure that disabled children get to play too. Showing all children from a young age that an inclusive world is possible.
I’ll be posting opportunities to get involved on here. If you have any questions, or want to know more, please feel free to comment! Or email the campaigns team on [email protected]
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