Designer of children's playground equipment
Passionate about Play
Choosing new playground equipment for your school or public playground is a great opportunity to create fantastic play opportunities for your children to have fun, develop their abilities and learn to take risks.
There’s so much to choose from – what’s best for our playground? How do I know what’s right for us? And what features ensure the children will want to play on it day after day?
Setter Play can help you with this exciting decision. We’ve been making childrens playground equipment, and particularly wooden playground equipment, for 20 years and over this time we’ve learnt a few things. Having our own children always helps too!
Click here for ideas to guide you in your decisions. You’ll need to think about things like: the age of your children, the location and space available and of course, your budget.
Setter Play pride themselves on making the playground equipment and wooden playground equipment that you want, not just what is in a catalogue. You can pick and mix from a range of designs or invariably have something completely new designed for your children! Please contact us to discuss your ideas.
Setter Play understand that playground equipment should consist of more than a climbing frame or set of swings. Children's school playground equipment promotes physical and mental challenges, imagination stimulus and socialising. Wooden playground equipment uses the perfect medium for children to hold and feel. Wood is a warm, tactile material that is environmentally friendly when ethically sourced. all our timber is FSC certified. Practicalities of children's school playground equipment include fencing, gates, litter bins and benches. To achieve a balanced playground equipment area, Setter offer a free site visit, survey and consultation within the UK. A presentation and itemised quotation for children's playground equipment is then produced to provide all the information needed for head teachers, governing bodies, parents associations or parish councils.
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