Boring play will drive them away

27th June 2003 at 01:00
DULL playgrounds which fail to challenge children could drive them to explore potentially more dangerous places, a report warns. The report for environmental regeneration charity Groundwork argues that young people should be involved in the design of public spaces. "No particular place to go? Children, young people and public space" was funded by Barclays Community Investment.

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