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About Parent Action For Safe Play
Parent Action for Safe Play (PASP) is a small local organisation which has worked hard over the last 15 years to develop and improve play, youth and sport services for local children and young people. We are run by the local community for the local community.
We have been successful in establishing a state-of-the-art play area and we provide street play services in several local neighbourhoods, bringing play workers and play equipment to the children. We also have an indoor Children and Youth Development Centre and we run a number of activities and groups.
Children and young people love what they can do with PASP, they feel safe, they can explore and have fun and it helps them to develop and grow.
Children & Youth Development Centre
Our Children and Youth Development Centre is based within our Play Park and offers a wide range of facilities for our community.
The centre is currently opened Monday – Friday from 9 am – 9 .00pm allowing children and families to extend their hours of play due to having access to toilets, café and first aid facilities.
Soft Play Area
Our soft play area is open to the public Monday – Friday from 9.30 am – 4.30 pm
Cost £1.00 per hour.
Our mother and toddler group runs Thursday’s from 12.45 pm – 2.45 pm Cost £2.00 (Tea/Coffee/Juice & Biscuit included)
Our café is open from 12 pm – 2 pm Monday – Friday serving hot and cold food, snacks can be purchased throughout the day from a member of our staff.
Our Play Park is opened to the public 7 days per week from 9.00 am – 9.00 pm (10.00 pm during summer months), we have recently installed 8 solar paneled lights in the park to help extend children and young people’s hours of play. The park has areas for all ages ranging from sand area for 0-5 years up to dynamic play equipment for 12 plus years a multi use games area and 5 a side football pitch.
The community garden is open daily and project work is carried out with our user groups. Children, young people and community volunteers participate in a wide range of gardening activities including weeding, creating wild life borders, planting hanging baskets and tubs and planting and harvesting fruit and vegetables.
Free Play Sessions are delivered / facilitated within our play park encouraging child led play
Play rangers deliver/ facilitate free play sessions within the streets of Coatbridge encouraging children “back oot tae play”, Play rangers take equipment out to sites encouraging children and young people to make best use of their environment. Activities carried out include: den building, kirby, climbing, painting and lots more.
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