Islington Play Association have many different types of places you can go, exciting activities you can do and services you can use. We provide excellent childcare, fun play spaces and also create innovative ways for children to get to play in them, this includes running walking buses from schools to playgrounds, running events in parks and providing high quality play focussed childcare.

Food & Catering

Islington Play Association has an amazing food and drink team who are available to provide catering services for meetings, children’s parties, corporate functions and other such events. From high quality canapes...
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Free Adventure Play (6+)

All our adventure playgrounds offer free, open-access play during term-time and in the school holidays. Adventure Playgrounds are spaces where children are free to come and go as they like,...
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Family Day Saturdays (Term-Time)

Our family days make loads more green play space available to the residents of Islington. Crumbles Castle, Lumpy Hill, Timbuktu and Toffee Park adventure playgrounds are open to families every...
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PPCC Nursery (0-5)

At the Paradise Park Children’s Centre nursery we see play as a way for children to learn and express themselves as well as having fun. There are currently 15 regular...
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After School Childcare (Term-Time)

Martin Luther King Adventure Playground offers an after school childcare service, Monday – Friday, 3.30pm – 6.30pm, during school term-time for children aged 6+. The adventure playground provides a flexible...
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Holiday Play Schemes

We currently run holiday play schemes at two of our sites: Paradise Park Children’s Centre and Martin Luther King Adventure Playground. Paradise Park Children’s Centre Paradise Park Children Centre provides safe and...
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Walking Bus

We run a free after school walking bus service for children from Robert Blair Primary School to Lumpy Hill Adventure Playground, where they get access to free play. The service...
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58% of Islington’s population live in social housing – 68% of these children attend adventure playgrounds