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Have you faced accessibility problems with your local playground?

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You know all children have an equal right to play. Play feeds imagination and forms friendships. 

But how many times have you gone to a playground to find it’s not inclusive for disabled children?  

Disabled children shouldn’t have to fight for their place in the playground.  

You and your family deserve to feel a part of your community. We want to see playgrounds where disabled children get to play alongside non-disabled children across the country. This shows children from a young age that an inclusive world is possible.

Want to do something about it?

Councillors are responsible for local playgrounds, so it’s vital that they commit to ensuring the playgrounds in their area are inclusive and accessible.

Email them today to ask them to support disabled children’s right to play.

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Have you faced accessibility problems with your local playground? 2 votes

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