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Practitioners Guide: Ok to Play - Inspiring Scotland


Practitioners Guide: Ok to Play


This week’s guest blog is from Susan Humble- Play Development Officer at East Lothian Play Association. In this blog she discusses how eye-catching “Ok to play” signs are popping up all over East Lothian promoting children’s right to play and East Lothian Play Association (ELPA) top tips for getting your play message out there.



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