and Playable Communities
Date: 23 Mar 2010 – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Venue: British Museum Great Russell Street London WC1B 3DG
Campbell Works will present a workshop for the:
Playable Communities: Priorities for a New Decade Conference
Organised by Play England the conference will celebrate the achievements of the Big Lottery Fund’s Children’s Play initiative. It will share learning for the future, including the impact that investing in play can have on a range of outcomes for children and families. We will hear how partnership working can embed planning for play within local decision-making and put play at the heart of child-friendly communities.
Following the success and impact of Campbell Works involvement in recent public realm initiatives, and their experimental approaches to play provision, the workshop will focus in particular on strategies for play provision within the wider public realm, including the benefits of community partnerships and the involvement of artists as a key component from the initial concept meetings to final delivery.
Play England Director Adrian Voce
Secretary of State for Children, Ed Balls
Paul Williamson, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea,
Dr Tony Kendle, Foundation Director from the Eden Project,
Chair: Jenni Murray
Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3DG
The conference area is located underneath the Great Court in the Clore Education Centre. Please enter the main museum entrance on Great Russell Street and take the south stairs on the left-hand side of the Great Court.
Further details on getting to the museum can be found online