The south east region is one of the largest and most oddly shaped in the country, ranging from Milton Keynes in the north, over the sea to the Isle of Wight in the south, and stretching from Kent in the east to the outer reaches of Hampshire in the west. As well as being an affluent part of the country, we also have many rural and isolated locations, some socially disadvantaged areas, unemployment, and very many children.
Re:Play works in partnership with established play associations across the region such as Milton Keynes Play Association and Oxfordshire Play Association, as well as other play and playwork organisations such as SkillsActive and Play England, in order to support the play and playwork sector in the south east.
Click here to find out how Re:Play came into being.
Re:Play’s aim is to bring together the play community through networking events and social media. Events are held across the south east and supported by local councils and voluntary services. Offering an opportunity for professional development through a range of workshops, an update on the current play and playwork situation, and information around training and qualifications, these events will provide support and advice in all areas of play.
To find out more about our aims, click here.
Click here to meet our Committee Members.