Employee-owned play equipment company Sutcliffe Play has launched a new division of the company, Sutcliffe Schools, headed up by a newly appointed Education Sales Manager. (more…)
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Sutcliffe Play’s loose parts play kit, Snug, has received excellent reviews from staff and children at The International School at ParkCity (ISP) in Kuala Lumpur. (more…)
Here at Sutcliffe Play, we are now able to add Inspection & Maintenance Packages to the services we can offer our customers.
Our Sutcliffe Play cable ride and inclusive drag ramp is being enjoyed by children in two exciting new playgrounds in the USA, both of which were built by their local communities.
Our first ever Home Show Exhibition proved to be a great success with both customers and children alike. (more…)
A Mission Glide Unit has been installed as part of Playland II, at Legion Keener Park in Pennsylvania.
The equipment was installed as part of a rebuild following a fire in June 2012 which destroyed a large portion of the playground’s equipment. (more…)
Mission, Sutcliffe Play’s exhilarating play equipment is proving to be a huge success across a variety of different play settings. (more…)
Loose parts play kit SNUG is enjoying a great reception in schools, with two new orders placed.
Hook Lane Primary School in Welling, Kent, had a term trial with SNUG which concluded in May this year – and just three weeks after it was taken away, the school purchased a kit! (more…)
Today sees the ‘first dig’ on the exhibition play area outside our factory, the digger is here on site and the first lumps of earth are on the move. (more…)
MP for Brighton, Kemptown, Mr Simon Kirby, re-opened Kirby Drive Playground in Telscombe Cliff’s Chatsworth Park after a £60,000 re-vamp project. (more…)
We’re holding our first ever open house 18th – 20th September 2013, we’re inviting guests to visit our Home Show to get a behind the scenes look at what makes Sutcliffe Play tick!
Sutcliffe Play is celebrating the UK’s first Employee Ownership Day on Thursday 4 July 2013. As the UK’s first and only Employee Owned playground equipment company we are delighted to be able to champion staff-led businesses, and show the success of the model.
Work has been completed on the Robert Kingan playground in Bannings Vale, East Saltdean. The refurbished playground was opened by The Town Mayor Councillor Brendon Rossiter on Tuesday 28 May, with children from East Saltdean and Telscombe. (more…)
Sutcliffe Play has created an exciting play area at a challenging and unique site within an old cemetery using a unit from the new Mission play equipment range. (more…)
The day will also involve children’s activities, music, sports, story-telling, crafts, competitions and much more. (more…)
Sutcliffe Play has launched a new range of environmentally friendly wooden play equipment which encourages physical, challenging play and social interaction. (more…)
Well it’s another production meeting here at Sutcliffe Play’s Yorkshire factory, and we’re short of a parrot and two adult flats. That’s a parrot springie and two adult swing seats, in black. (more…)
Community constable wins a West Yorkshire Police’s award for neighbourhood policing.
Sutcliffe Play Scotland has created a number of exciting play facilities throughout Scotland, catering to a wide range of requirements. (more…)
SNUG’s distributor in South Korea received excellent feedback following the loose parts playground equipment being exhibited at three of the countries top trade shows. (more…)
Children at a school in Abu Dhabi are enjoying the benefits of SNUG, our innovative loose parts range of play equipment.
Sutcliffe Play has appointed a new Managing Director, Martin Griffin. Martin joins the company from his role as Group Managing Director at Tetrad Plc, one of the UK’s leading multi-site manufacturers of upholstery and furniture. (more…)
“The sound of children playing is a symptom of a healthy community, a community without the sound of children is a symptom of a dying community” Brian Cheesman. (more…)
Four year old Alexi Fairbanks was so excited about the prospect of her new local playground that she wrote a book highlighting its development. (more…)
Wakefield Council has worked with Upton based play experts Sutcliffe Play to design a new £70,000 playground in Airedale as part of a scheme that tackles obesity by providing outdoor facilities that encourage and support physical activity. It includes a new Mission play system and specially designed Parkour features.
Our new website is now live…..…at last some might say!
And yes, it may have taken us a while, but we wanted to make sure everything was perfect.
Interest in our products is growing internationally as Cinzia Ferella, our International Sales Manager has been busy promoting the benefits of Sutcliffe Play.
A Green Flag park in Bromsgrove has seen an exciting refurbishment of its play area, including the installation of a play system which presents physically challenging play opportunities.
We recently welcomed our new Danish distributor, Nikostine, to the Sutcliffe Play offices to see first hand how our equipment is manufactured.
The Furniture Industry Research Association (FIRA) and UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) have invited employee-owned, play experts Sutcliffe Play to present the company’s international experience and successes at an export event on 18 October.
The Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel has worked with play experts Sutcliffe Play to introduce new play facilities to its Old Boathouse pub to encourage more trade from passing families.
SNUG has received a Gold Award at the Practical Pre-School Awards 2012, in association with Primary Teacher Update.
Sutcliffe Play has announced that Viv Jebson has resigned as Managing Director.
The Dutch 7-a-side Football team and Ledley King, former captain and now ambassador of Tottenham Hotspur have officially opened a Cruyff Court on the Ferry Lane Estate in Tottenham.
Sutcliffe Play has introduced SNUG, a mobile play resource into the bare market square in Neston transforming it into a colourful and exciting free play facility for children and young people.
Swanage Town Council has recently undertaken a project to update the play area in Day’s Park. The old play equipment had come to the end of its life, and under the stringent health and safety guide lines for playgrounds it was deemed necessary to close the existing play area.
SNUG, the exciting and colourful loose parts play equipment is part of Yorkshire Day on Wednesday 1 August.
Sutcliffe Play is set to introduce its play expertise to Scandinavia, having teamed up with Denmark-based distributor Nikostine.
Sutcliffe Play is set to expand the presence of SNUG in South Korea thanks to the appointment of playground manufacturer Hong Design as its distributor in the country.
A showcase playground installed six years ago is continuing to have a positive impact on the community, in particular for a group of children and young people with a range of learning and physical disabilities.
A Fleetwood community group has celebrated the opening of a new playground they helped raise thousands of pounds for. Wesham Community Pride Trust spent 18 months raising the funds for the new playground on Wesham Community Park.
Children in Hong Kong were given the opportunity to try out innovative loose parts play equipment SNUG at a spectacular horticultural event. SNUG was on display at the Hong Kong Flower Show between 16 and 25 March courtesy of Play Concept, distributor of the kit in the region.
One year after installing an innovative POD youth shelter on his Ferrybridge ward to combat anti-social behaviour, PC Charlie Banks has officially opened a multi-use games area (MUGA) on the Warwick Estate that he hopes will have an even greater impact on the area.
Sutcliffe Play is issuing a message to local authorities and schools in these times of tight budgets…..’Consider a facelift for playgrounds to save money and keep a smile on children’s faces.’
Viv Jebson was invited to answer questions at the Employee Ownership All Party Parliamentary Group inquiry, held at Portcullis House and share the company’s experience of becoming an employee-owned business.
Six months after Cambridgeshire’s new £1 million adventure playground officially opened it is still receiving excellent reviews from local youngsters.