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Snowley Park, Peterborough

The local residents of Snowley Park, Peterborough now have a robust, state-of-the-art inclusive playground, easily accessible from both sides of their estate.

05/01/2021 16:00:00

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Ockwells Park, Maidenhead

Surrounded by a nature trail, this playground in the Cox Green area of Maidenhead has a great selection of HAGS play equipment which fills its visitors with delight.

14/12/2020 13:05:00

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Calvert Green Park, Buckingham

It was time to renew the old playground equipment at Calvert Green Park and Aylesbury Vale District Council chose HAGS to complete this wonderful project.

21/10/2020 13:05:00

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HAGS – Inspiring all generations

At HAGS, we use knowledge of the value of play and put it into practice by creating innovative and exciting products. Whether it be climbing, sliding, swinging, crawling… we want our products to entice activity and contribute to the development of young people’s physical and mental wellbeing.

Multi-Play Unit with Integrated Shade, Marseille, France

This Alanis UniPlay unit and UniMini Eima have been installed in a holiday camp in Marseille. The two multi-play units cater for a broad age range and extra protection against the sun is provided on the Alanis structure.

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Bespoke Castle Themed UniPlay, Velten, Germany

This striking castle-themed UniPlay Lycce unit with bespoke engraved screen panels was commissioned by Velten city council as part of a scheme to increase play and sports provision for older children. Steel posts and HPL panels were chosen for their durability and resilience, considering that there is a history of vandalism in this less privileged part of town.

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  • The team’s communication and liaison was excellent. Where compromise was necessary because of prevailing conditions, the outcome was always in the best interests of the children. All parties brought their own skill set and worked as a dream team!

    Julia Buck, School business manager, Lydgate Junior School