By Chapter ZeroThe ladies at Chapter Zero warmly welcomed Pop-Ups Zan to Singapore when she visited in June 2016. They have since joined the Playworker Development Course and are trying their hand at putting theory into practice. Here is an account of their first ever...
By Beverly BaumgartnerBeverly signed up for our resource pack before reaching out to us for help. The idea of a pop-up adventure playground is exciting enough but most organisers are nervous for their first but we are here to support everyone. Beverly reflects...
By Margaret of The Lion and The MouseMargaret and her team first approached us in April 2015 to run their own independent Pop-Ups by registering with us. Since then, two of their staff have joined our Playworker Development Course and they have been running Pop-Ups...
By Louise BensenWhen Pop-Ups friend Louise found out that we were going to Hong Kong as part of our #PopUpsWorldTour2015, she got in touch immediately to ask us where we would be. She came to have lunch with us before our Saturday Pop-Up and stuck around to see all...
By Nicole WulffNicole approached us a couple of months ago to ask if she could do a Pop-Up Adventure Playground. Before she knew, she had a location and occasion to run one and we talked her through some of the things she would need for it. She kindly agreed to write...
By Millie Boswell and Gareth Stacey, CVSC Play Development Team ConwyThe Play Development Team at Conwy first approached us at Pop-Ups HQ a few months ago, explaining how they wanted to open their very own Pop-Up Play Shop. This was a wonderful moment as it meant that...
By Sarah McCaldenSarah first approached us about Pop-Up Adventure Playgrounds about a year ago. Her enthusiasm for the model, and her can-do attitude was refreshing in busy London. We are very pleased that she has found an opportunity to have a Pop-Up in her...
By Kelly ParedesKelly and her team are one of our independant organisers, running Pop-Up Adventure Playgrounds to support their work in their community. She works with Ben’s Lighthouse, an organisation committed to putting children first. Here is Kelly’s...
By Nicole BurkeWe met Nicole when we were on tour in Australia and had a great time with her and Justine, together known as Journey Into Play. They have just started a new side project called Frolic where they are hoping to run Pop-Up Adventure Playgrounds in their...
By Joelle WhitingWe met Joelle in Swan Hill when we were on tour in Australia. It was boiling hot during the days we were in Swan Hill, so we are really pleased that these folk paid attention even in the uncomfortable weather and decided to do a Pop-Up Adventure...
By Justine WalshJustine is one half of Journey into Play, an Australia based Professional Development group that’s working with Malarkey, who we have just finished touring with. She is a student on our Playworker Development Course and spent a lot...
By Alexander KhostPop-Ups friend Alexander Khost is a parent, educator, painter, and web developer living in Brooklyn, NY with his two children, James and Oliver and his partner, Amanda. Alex has been active in mutual respect, child-led learning environments in...
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