States of play: how the UK nations approach children's play

Emily Rogers
Monday, July 20, 2015

National Playday highlights the importance of play in children's lives across the UK. As the event approaches, Emily Rogers examines how the sector is faring amid budget cuts and other challenges.

Scotland’s play strategy has run alongside a programme of investment that includes eight play ranger schemes. Picture: Malcolm Cochrane
Scotland’s play strategy has run alongside a programme of investment that includes eight play ranger schemes. Picture: Malcolm Cochrane

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