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DZW451TPW: Suitable for Rubber Surfacing

DZU451TPW: Suitable for Bark, Sand Fill

Play Values 4 1 6 5
Play Type: Physical, Locomotor, Social, Imaginative


DZW451TPW: Suitable for Rubber Surfacing

DZU451TPW: Suitable for Bark, Sand Fill

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Play Values 4 1 6 5

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Play Type: Physical, Locomotor, Social, Imaginative

Suitability Information

Age Range: 3 to 8

Area: 30.40m2

Perimeter: 21.30m

HIC: 1.20m

Product Description

Metal Climbing Frame.

Bramble as the name suggests is designed with a woodland theme. Woodgrain panels and subtle motifs including acorns, hedgehogs, flowers, leaves etc, they offer ‘woodland’ tones and themes more suitable to a sensitive site.

With 20 play feature activities Bramble has been designed to maximise all of  these activities, utilising space under the decks and on the posts, while minimising the surfacing requirements and significant costs.

Can accommodate up to 20 users.

Additional Product Information

The Toddlerzone modular system still provides the framework on to which the nature themed activities are mounted. This system with its rubber decks and aluminium posts gives the flexibility, strength and durability we enjoy with the established Toddlerzone system.

Large decks at incremental heights offer 3m2 of deck space, giving children the space to play together, avoiding bottlenecks and enabling children to ‘chicken out’. The unit takes the form of a gently ascending trio of platforms , 0.9m, 1.05m & 1.2m, with access points at either end to enable flow across the unit.

An inclined climbing ramp with feature ‘acorn’ foot and hand holds enable an easier access at the lower deck. A new leaf stepper utilises a corner post to place a series of ‘foot sized’ leaf shaped steps. These require a higher degree of coordination as children grow in confidence and skill.

At the highest deck an inclined rope net provides a shortcut to the slide that uses a stainless steel bedway with HPL sides to form a fast slide back to ground level. The chute panel mimics a tree house entrance with contrasting wood grain panels.

Panel binoculars for observing wildlife incorporates nylon eye pieces and a mini megaphone is clamped to a ‘timber’ plank infill panel, giving the opportunity to create social games across the wider playground. A circular finger maze and a bug pathway panel add to play on a micro level adding moments of delight as children play and a squirrel finger pathway design features on the reverse side. A polycarbonate window panel gives another view to the world outside.

The space under the deck is utilising multi level play opportunities by incorporating a tunnel, with hedgehog branch designs in contrasting wood grain HPL, a seat under the highest deck offers a place to socialise with a degree of shelter.

120mm diameter laminated (4 lams) machined redwood which is CNC milled for holes, chamfers etc. The laminated posts are then tanalised to protect against rot and fungal attack. Each post has an aluminium foot ‘in ground ‘fixing.

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Bringing value
into play...

Here’s a key to explain our play value wheel.

Physical & Locomotor

Encourages movement skills; crawling, chasing, climbing, jumping, swinging and balance.


Key areas where play can encourage social interaction, the building block of society.


Exploration and manipulation of object through all the senses.


Use imagination to try out new experiences, test boundaries, develop manual skills and allow for self expression.

Role Play & Imaginative

Allows opportunity to enact various experiences, experimenting with decision making on their behaviour and social interaction.