FUNDAMENTAL


You can count on Setter Play for creating playground equipment for nursery children. We incorporate aspects of play with education, making learning fun! At Setter Play, we have equipment that offers excitement for a range of children, whether it be our ramps and ropes or towers and climbing frames, you’re sure to discover something that suits the space you have available, as well as providing challenges in the form of obstacles. If you want to create a centrepiece for your school playground, Setter Play provides fundamental equipment that is eye-catching, which is perfect for inspiring young minds and capturing their imagination. An example of our fundamental wooden playground equipment includes the Tugboat. This piece of equipment grabs the attention of children due to its influential presence and the use of bright colours! Not only can children embrace their creativity, they can improve their physical strength by climbing, supporting their own body weight when using the ladder ropes. Do you want equipment that is safe? Setter Play manufacture wooden playground equipment for infant play areas; we use wooden materials to not only enhance the appearance of the play area but to ensure children are safe from harm and injury. All our equipment is made to have smooth edges, preventing scratches and scrapes from sharp corners! With this said, you want your playground equipment to be presentable and exciting to attract children’s interest! So, if you’ve got limited space available, and a tight budget, you need to look further than Setter Play, as our playground equipment is extremely affordable!

Anthill

Ant Hill is a large play unit designed for nursery children. Two triangular platforms at 900mm feature simple steps, a ramp and rope, a scramble net, and a stainless steel [...]

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Klink

Klink is the older brother to Click and Klunk, and amalgamates the activities found in both to create a large play frame with three towers. One 900mm high triangular deck [...]

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Zoiks

Zoiks is a compact and affordable climbing frame that packs tremendous fun in a small space. A triangular tower is accessible by a ramp and rope on one face, a [...]

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Nogson

Nogson is the extension of Noggin, with an added crawl tunnel and extra tower increasing the size and play value of the climbing frame. The decks are 900mm high, making [...]

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Hectors House

Hectors House is another Setter Play design that is fully Kitemarked by BSI to EN1176. Hectors House is a compact multi-play unit particularly suitable for infant play areas on village [...]

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Jellystone

Jellystone is a three tower play unit which is a combines the towers of Skylark and Zoiks by linking them together with challenging physical activities. The triangular 900mm platform is [...]

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Square Bear

Square Bear is the smallest tower in the Setter Range and is designed to fit where space and budget are tight. The tower is built to the same high safety [...]

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Muttley

Muttley is designed to combine the physical challenges of Zoiks with the imagination and stimulation of Hectors House. There are three Platform levels at 600mm, 900mm and 1,200mm. Muttley is [...]

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Bedrock

Bedrock is a compact yet very exciting and well-rounded climbing frame that features a surprising amount of activities in such a small space and for a small budget. Consisting of [...]

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Galleon

The Galleon is a super-sized ship-themed playframe that is a fantastic centrepiece to a primary school or park playground. Consisting of a bow section and stern section, which are each [...]

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Tugboat

The Tug Boat is a boat themed play unit that combines a nautical theme and appearance that invigorates children's imaginations, with the climbing activities found on a traditional tower unit [...]

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Crackerjack

Crackerjack is a large multi play unit that engages children of a wide age range. Occupying 75m2 of space, and with a wide multitude of physically challenging activities, the Crackerjack [...]

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