We are pleased to invite our wonderful friend Jill – director of Adventure Play at The Parish School in Houston, Texas to guest write on our blog. Her fascinating experiences comes from an unusual pairing, but one that really works – thank you so much for...
By Zan Although we are both British, Fraser and I actually met in Atlanta, Georgia at the IPA/TASP conference in 2010. I presented about playrangers and he was one of the people who joined my audience. Soon after, I enrolled at Leeds Beckett University to study...
By Zan Our 2015 was a big Pop-Up year. Even before the year draws to a close, the action doesn’t stop! I am sitting at my desk having just recovered from a 36-hour power outage as a result of local floods. That alone seems to set the tone for our year of...
By Zan It is with great joy and excitement that we announce that our book is now available for purchase directly from us! Here’s a bit about our book: “When Morgan Leichter-Saxby and Suzanna Law got into their little yellow car for the first time, they...
Have you been wanting to learn more about playwork? Are you curious about what goes into the management and delivery of a truly adventurous playspace? It’s nearly the second anniversary of our Playworker Development Course, an online opportunity for everyone...
By Morgan Over the past couple of weeks, Suzanna has often told people that we have a new book coming out and then looked over to me and grinned. That’s because every time I think about this work being public, being out there and available, I start to blush and...
By Morgan It’s time to say so long to another year – and what a year it had been! Thank you, everyone, for your help in making new adventures possible for children all around the world, whether you lead a pop-up adventure playground, helped fund our tour,...
By MorganOver the last few years, you’ve seen us grow. You’ve read about the projects we’ve done (here, here and here) and seen guest posts highlighting the work of independent pop-up adventure playground organizers around the world. Perhaps...
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