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Playday: How has playing changed for children, families and communities over the last thirty years?

Playday, the national day to celebrate play, is 30 years old this year, on the 02 August 2017.

The event celebrates children’s rights to play and its importance in their lives. Playday is coordinated by Play England, Wales, and Scotland and Playboard Northern Ireland. They want to understand how play has changed over the last thirty years and are seeking your views.

They are asking “What do you think about playing today and how have play opportunities changed for children, families and communities through time?” and would like responses through a survey, which can be accessed here.

For more information about Playday and the UK-wide survey, please contact playday@playwales.org.uk

Comments

 

Good morning,

 
Thank you for sharing an article about the Playday 2017 research - much appreciated. However, is it please possible to suggest a couple of corrections to the article? 
 
Playday is coordinated by Play England, Play Wales, Play Scotland and PlayBoard Northern Ireland - the article currently says "Play England, Wales, and Scotland and Playboard Northern Ireland”. 
 
Therefore the logo included as part of the article is also incorrect - this should either be the Play Wales logo or the Playday logo (both attached for use). 
 
If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to get in touch. 
 
We look forward to seeing the article updated, and thanks again for including a link to the research. 
 
Best wishes 
 
Angharad Wyn Jones
Rheolwraig Cyfathrebiadau
Communications Manager

www.playwales.org.uk
www.chwaraecymru.org.uk