Solutions for Public Play Areas

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Let us create the perfect play area for your organisation. 

We work with the following sectors:

Local Authorities

Architects and Housing Developers

Community Groups

Tourist Destinations

Towns, Parishes and Community Councils

Leisure Industry

Although our wooden play equipment for the garden is robust, heavy and well constructed – it is not suitable for commercial use.  Products for the commercial sector need to be to a higher specification due to the fact that, in theory, they will be used more. This is why we have a range of products especially developed for public play areas.

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Take a look at our gallery for inspirational images or browse our case studies to see what we can do for you. This is an excellent time of year to be considering the outdoor space and in particular the play area so that it can all be installed and looking great for the new season.

Contact if you have any specific questions, would like to arrange a site visit or have a particular budget to spend and need a little help to decide what’s the best value.

Or take a look at our online brochure!

We have supplied equipment for over 500 public parks, hotel grounds and pub gardens, caravan parks and camp sites, leisure facilities, tourist destinations and self catering accommodations.

We’ve installed large bespoke play tower complexes at Blair Drummond Safari Park, Dino Park, Mabie Farm Park near Dumfries and Brodie Castle, Morayshire (for the National Trust for Scotland)

Other clients include:

National Museum of Rural Life – East Kilbride (National Museums of Scotland)

Brodie Countryfayre  – Moray

Macdonald Aviemore Resort –  Aviemore, Inverness-shire

Loch Levens Larder – near Kinross

The Black Watch Museum  – Perthshire

Cluny Clays – near Kirkcaldy

Kirktown Garden Centre – Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire

Kilconquhar Castle – near Elie, Fife

Finzean Farm Shop – Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire

Easter Anguston Farm – Aberdeenshire

St Andrews Country Cabins – Balmullo, Fife

Newquay Zoo – Newquay

Spey Bay Community Hall – Moray

Castleton Farm Shop and Cafe – Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire

Kirkharle Courtyard – Newcastle Upon Tyne

Kellie Castle and Garden – Nr Pittenweem, Fife (the National Trust for Scotland)

Braemar Caravan Park  – Aberdeenshire

The Nags Head Tavern – Taunton, Somerset

Crathes Castle – Aberdeenshire (the National Trust for Scotland)

Longcause Community Special School – Plymouth, Devon

Logie Estate – Findhorn Valley, Moray

Loch Katrine Eco Lodges – Callander, Loch Lomond and Trossachs

Menstrie Community Woodland – Clackmannanshire

Callendar Park – Falkirk

Camphill Blair Drummond – Stirling

Glendoick Garden Centre – Perth

Macdonald Lochanhully Resort – Carrbridge, Invernesshire

Newquay Zoo – Cornwall

Bramble Cottage Constructive Play Area and Eatery – Bathgate, West Lothian

For large projects that require a bespoke design and build service we will do a site visit and create a series of drawings to illustrate what your play area will look like. We then have our own installation team who will install the products at a time to suit.

If you would like to arrange a site visit to discuss the outdoor play provision (or indoor area!) then please get contact us on 01577 840570 or email

We also supply play equipment to schools and nurseries and for homes and gardens.

Although we prefer working with timber, we understand that, on occasion, metal products are more suited to the brief and therefore also supply a range of metal playpark equipment which is as vandal-proof as possible ensuring the best solution for the situation.

If you would like a member of our sales team to come out and do a site visit and to discuss our Range of Commercial Play Equipment please contact

Take a look at our online brochure for schools and commercial organisations.

We are delighted to have been be involved with the Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards again this year…. more information here. The Award is to encourage and reward schools that increase young people’s understanding and appreciation of the environmental, social and economic potential of trees, woodlands and forests and of the link between trees and everyday wood-based products.