Worcestershire Play Partnership
Play as a concept is all to often dismissed as an irrelevance
but play is of enormous benefit not just to children and young
people but to families and communities as well. What's more, play
can be a lot of fun!
Worcestershire Play Strategy
The Worcestershire Play Strategy is a collaboration between the
six Districts of Worcestershire and has been developed with a range
of partners from the voluntary, statutory and private children and
young peoples sector.
In developing this strategy we have talked to children and young
people and with them identified issues to be tackled.
Play is fundamentally important for children and young people's
health, well-being and learning.
Play will contribute to the achievement of many of
Worcestershire's objectives as diverse as improved health, better
learning, safer communities, social inclusion, community cohesion
and a strong local culture.
We have many good services, but there is still much work to be
done before all children and young people across the County have
access to excellent play opportunities.
Worcestershire Play Strategy is an invitation to all those
willing to share in this task to work together in partnership for
Telephone: 01905 773742
Community Capacity Dept
Worcestershire County Council
39c Ledwych Road
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This page was last reviewed 21 February 2014 at 14:39.
The page is next due for review 20 August 2015.