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Parent Action For Safe Play

Part of Organised Outdoor Community Play Fund.

Parent Action for Safe Play (PASP) is an award-winning community organisation based in Coatbridge dedicated to developing and improving  play, youth and sport services for local children and young people. PASP are run by the local community for the local community.

PASP 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. They also have an indoor Children and Youth Development Centre and we run a number of activities and groups.

Thrive Outdoors launches new website
12.02.2024

Thrive Outdoors launches new website

The Thrive Outdoors team has today (Monday 12 February 2024) launched a new website to showcase the work of the fund and share resources with the play and outdoor sector. The new site will be a hub for outdoor play champions, offering support, guidance and resources – a one-stop-shop for practitioners, education professionals and childminders

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Putting Infant Mental Health at the forefront with Babies in Scotland conference
09.02.2024

Putting Infant Mental Health at the forefront with Babies in Scotland conference

We kicked off the new year by hosting the first online conference of its kind in Scotland – Infant Mental Health: Babies in Scotland 2024.   This event was in partnership with the Scottish Government and was our biggest event yet with 588 people attending on the day. It was incredible to get that many

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The power of listening to young people and our partner organisations
07.02.2024

The power of listening to young people and our partner organisations

The Scottish Government has recently asked for views on their proposed Care Leavers Payment. As Scotland’s national mentoring programme for children and young people with care experience, our Fund Manager Christine was in a unique position to gather valuable insights from the young people this will affect. Here’s what she found out…    In my

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