Flexible and friendly

7th March 2003 at 00:00
Community Playthings are exhibiting their revolutionary Roomscape furniture. Unlike its more traditional rivals, Roomscape all connects up to create interest areas and clear divisions between classroom activities.

Every unit can be moved with ease without the need for tools. This in-built flexibility is also a feature of the company's Sand and Water system, also on show.

The company claims many special features such as a flow pan which allows children to play with running water all day without wasting it. Visitors to the stand will also see Art Island which can be reconfigured to support several art-based activities.

Stand EY44

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