The Play Association believes that every child has the right to play freely and that play is an essential part of the wellbeing, social and emotional development of children.
World Autism Awareness Week 💙💚💛❤️
PAHF fully supports World Autism Awareness Week, which starts on Monday 29th March 2021
Join us next week as we try to improve people's understanding of autism and the effect it has on so many families, including those we work with
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At the Play Association we support children from all backgrounds and abilities to access exciting and stimulating play opportunities. We do so through our community focused projects, details of which can be found here.
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As many of you will know , our mainstream provision at the White City Adventure Playground has been closed since March.
This is due to a number of reasons; COVID - 19, current government restrictions, which we are obliged to follow, and the lack of funding currently available to charities like PAHF.
PAHF is a local charity and understands how important our mainstream provision is to local children and local families, especially in these difficult times.
We are continuing to work with various partners to re-start a COVID safe and financially viable provision and hope we will have some good news in 2021.
Due to Covid-19, there will be changes to our services in the coming weeks.
Read our latest update here.
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Why we do what we do
London’s children and young people need opportunities to play, socialise, explore, and challenge themselves. The benefits of play are well known, but sadly many of London’s children go without regular access to play. One day at a time, we’re changing this in Hammersmith and Fulham.