Updated Play Area Looks Better Than Ever!

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Streetscape were asked to revamp on old, tired and run down play area and provide a new facility aimed at under 8’s making best use of a relatively small space.

The double slide “Twin” multiplay unit was installed as the main feature item, along with the very popular “Bubble” Stand On See Saw and our all new Inclusive Spring rocker. Play Panels and seating were also added, with red wetpour rubber surfacing laid throughout the area to provide a safe and colourful play area.

Looking for ideas on how to improve and update your play area? We have some fantastic case studies in our news section, along with some great videos on our new YouTube channel highlighting some of our most recent work.

For further information on how we can help please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Warrior POD 3

Introducing Warrior POD 3

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Introducing our Warrior POD 3, part of our new Warrior POD Calisthenic zones designed to cater for body weight training and increasing flexibility and strength.

Perfect for group workouts such as circuit training or boot camps, our Warrior PODs offer something for everyone. This includes areas for suspension training, a form of resistance training that includes multiple bodyweight exercises. Our Warrior PODs can be bespoke designed to suit any facility with the option to custom colour your POD!

Warrior POD 3 Includes:

Parallel Bars  /  Double Abs Bench  /  Suspension Training Area  /  Horizontal Ladder  /  Leg Lift Zone  /  Inclined Leap Bar  /  Battle Ropes Connection Point.

Bullamoor Open Day

New Play Equipment for Town Park

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A towns play park has been renovated in time for the summer holidays.

Streetscape were asked to carry out the installation of new play equipment at Bullamoor Memorial Park in Northallerton. The park is situated next to the town’s Friarge Hospital and is popular with young families and visitors to the hospital.

The revamp has resulted in the addition of the Compact Multiplay unit from the Tribox range along with two Inclusive play items, the Sturdy Flying Saucer and the Sturdy Basket Swing.

Mayor of Northallerton, Councillor John Forrest officially reopened the park with young people from the town, who immediately put the play equipment to good use! He said: “It is a vast improvement to the children’s play area. Every time i walk past there are many people using it. We hope that this leads to many more years of enjoyment for both residents and visitors.”

R4275 For All

NEW Inclusive Multiplay

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Introducing our all new Tribox For All Multiplay Unit, and inclusive multiplay unit accessible for all!

A fantastic, creative play structure with a triangular tower, easily accessible, complete with interactive play panels that include how to learn the sign alphabet and braille numbers.

For further information on our range of play equipment please get in touch!

SPB190-2 Jubilee Playboat

Jubilee Playboat – Perfect for Roleplay!

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Installed ready for an April Open Day, the new Jubilee Playboat is perfect for roleplay with port holes, walk the plank and themed play panels that include “what is today’s weather”.

This fantastic two tower multiplay unit includes stainless steel slide, access steps and climbing nets and is perfect for children aged between 4 and 11 years. Also included within the project was the ever popular Sturdy Flying Saucer along with a pair of Balance Beams and Stepping Stones.

Our range of timber multiplay units can be modified to suit any location, theme and budget.

Please feel free to give us a call!

R4291 Compact

Romanby Parish Council Improves Three Play Areas!

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After a successful tender application, Streetscape were asked to add new Play Equipment to three of Romanby Parish Council’s play areas with a design brief to provide innovative and exciting multi play units for each of the three sites.

For two of the three sites, the very popular R4291 Compact multi play unit was added to compliment the existing equipment. The final site at Farndale Avenue saw the installation of a bespoke Bowfell multi play unit to suit the area proposed.



Royal Borough promotes healthy exercise of mind and body

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The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead were looking to enhance their nearest park to Maidenhead Town Centre, Grenfell Park.

Streetscape were asked to design an Outdoor Gym facility that provided inclusive equipment for a wide age range. In addition to the popular Outdoor Gym range, the facility also included items specifically aimed at seniors, wheelchair users and those looking to improve physical and mental capacity.

The facility features the Double Hand Bike, Board with Labyrinths and the Bench with Bike and Mentalcube. The latter’s innovative design means you can alternate activities, so whilst one person is pedaling, the other has a choice of four options on a rotating cube; Labyrinth, Clockface, Number Pattern Recognition and Item Memory Board.

The result is an inclusive facility with something for everyone, accommodating up to 16 users at any one time and providing 14 different exercises that includes areas for testing upper body strength as well as areas for low-impact exercise.

Himalayan Gardens NEW Play Area

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Streetscape were contacted by The Himalayan Gardens & Sculpture Park to design and build a new play area set within the gardens. Located in Grewelthorpe, North Yorkshire, the gardens are considered by many to be a botanical masterpiece, the garden and sculpture park is set in stunningly beautiful woodland; enhanced by natural springs, striking contemporary sculptures and now a natural timber play area.

Selina Shackleton, who led the project said, “We are very pleased with the Play Equipment and the high standard of service given by Streetscape, Matthew and his team. We would highly recommend. Very competitive on pricing without detriment to the quality. Matthew was extremely helpful, clear, and to the point. Very hands on and always willing to give more information if required. The play area looks marvellous and the visiting children have really enjoyed using it.”

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