Custom-Made Children's Play Equipment: You Dream It, We Build It
Traditional Wooden Play Equipment & Apparatus
A Huge Variety Of Wooden Play Equipment To Choose From
The play features and equipment that we can incorporate into our designs is infinitely varied. We can create anything you might have seen in other playgrounds, as well as some products that you might not have see before. Everything we make is bespoke, so even our previous designs can be drastically altered and there’s nothing we like more than creating something that’s completely new. Below are some of the features that we have included in past designs to give you some ideas about how you can customise your play area, but please feel free to combine multiple pieces of play equipment and incorporate them into any design.
Play equipment that any child will recognise, but made to a much higher quality.
Like the traditional swing, but fitted with a secure, child friendly seat.
Fitted with straps, this swing allows less mobile children to be strapped in safely.
Suitable for use by multiple children simultaneously, basket swings are a firm favourite.
Cantilever Basket Swings
Featuring a basket swing that is hung on a cantilever post.
This wheelchair friendly roundabout encourages play for all children.
Any length or steepness of slide can be added onto any piece of play apparatus.
Giant, Curved Slides
Don’t be afraid to push the boundaries and incorporate twists and turns in a slide.
Exhilarating and adventurous, children love to whizz through the air on aerial runways.
Offering hand supports and stepping posts, these offer a fun way to explore.
Made from synthetic hemp, our rope bridges are long lasting, safe, and challenging.
A classic piece of play equipment that still offers hours of enjoyment.
Random and organic, tangle climbs use natural timbers to create climbable obstacles.
Flat topped and etched for grip, balance beams offer challenging traverses.
A-Frame Log Climbs
Natural timbers create attractive climb features that can be approached from either side.
Sometimes referred to as stepping logs, these are a low level balance challenge for all.