Our local playgrounds are terrific community assets allowing space for fun and exercise.
Best of all they're free and as they're outside it's safe place to meet other children and parents at a distance.
Accessible play areas have increased as councils adapt existing playgrounds and add new equipment.
Paths and gates have been improved to allow wheelchair access and hard surfaces replaced with impact absorbing surfaces.
Barriers have been installed around play areas to protect children who are in danger of running away.
As playgrounds have to cater for children with a wide variety of abilities no one playground is likely to provide for everyones needs.
And accessible play equipment will also vary. A small village might have only one harness swing while a large town may have a choice of swinging equipment and rockers.
So, what available in your local area?
Let us know about any accessible play areas and what's available for children with additional needs.
Send us the details with photos if possible and we'll add the play area to our map that's easy to access from phones, tablets and computers.
With your help we will be able to create a useful resource for all parents of disabled children to use whether they're at home or on holiday.
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Codsall Park, Wolverhampton Road, Codsall, Wolverhampton Not rated yet
Wheelchair accessible roundabout on village hall playground. Good parking, no toilets or other facilities. ANSWER Thank you Sam for sending us …
The map below shows the location of accessible play areas in the UK that we are know about.
If you are aware of any others please let us know so we can add them to the map. Thank you.
Click on the individual markers to find out about the play area. The link provided will take you to more information.
NB: The map is work in progress and will be added to as and when we find more information.