The loose-parts play kit was purchased by the Council of Carpi, a town near Modena, and has been a great success with children and parents alike.
The kit proved particularly popular during La Dama Della Torre (‘The Lady of the Tower’), an annual cultural event in August, where Carpi’s Martyrs’ Square is transformed into a meeting place for children, teens and families. SNUG helped turn the square into a giant playground where it was a hit with children of all ages and abilities.
Cinzia Ferella from Sutcliffe Play says: “SNUG was an ideal addition to the festival, as its modular elements allowed children to work together to create and recreate their own playgrounds in Carpi’s beautiful square.
“We’re delighted that the SNUG kit has been so well received, and we hope children in Carpi continue to enjoy it for many years to come.”