“Why go to the High Street? There’s nothing there!” This is a perception that needs to change, and with time it can.
Having a flexible open space means that communities can hold events, share skills, spend time together socially and animate a place. It also means that different organisations can provide services that would otherwise be unavailable to that area.
Play Right is the Play Association for Swansea and Neath Port Talbot, they manage and deliver community projects focused on their passion for learning and development through play and creativity. Children and young people don’t need a reason to play; they will play wherever they are and with whatever is available to them. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child gives every child the right to play. This is because play is a major process in childhood, that enables children and young people to learn about themselves and the world around them.
One of their many play projects is the Pirate Ship, which we think fits perfectly with “From The Station To The Sea”
Sail your way to the High Street and be a pirate for the day, capture yourself a pigeon and call it Mr.Parrot!
Saturday 21st June 2014 11am-3pm
Saturday 5th July 2014 11am-3pm