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Play Scotland would like to thank the undernoted organisations who support Playday in Scotland (in alphabetical order):


Aberdeen Play Forum

Our role is to increase play opportunities in Aberdeen City. We work with public, private, voluntary and community organisations to raise awareness of the importance of play.

Aberdeen Play Forum is a registered charity in Scotland and is supported by Aberdeen City Council and Aberlour Childcare Trust.  Full details

Caledonia Play

Design and build quality timber play equipment for gardens, schools and commercial organisations.  Full details

Capability Scotland

Capability Scotland provides care, education and employment services for disabled children and adults across Scotland.  Full details 


Cross Reach

CrossReach is one of Scotland’s largest Social care providers, providing a wide range of support across Scotland to those of all ages from all walks of life. Throughout CrossReach we highly value play as a vital part of life. Within CrossReach’s Children and Families services we strive to ensure that every child’s right to play is fully realised. We see play as a central part of what enables children to thrive helping to ensure they are more able to deal with stress, make sense of their world, build strong relationships with their parents/carers and be supported with their development and learning.  Full details 


Early Years Scotland

Early Years Scotland are committed to providing the very best start in life for every child in Scotland. We are the leading national third sector organisation for children pre-birth to 5.  Full details


IPA Scotland

IPA Scotland are a branch of the International Play Association.  Full details


North Ayrshire Council

Local authority for North Ayrshire.  Full details


Play Borders

Play Borders is a charity serving the Scottish Borders.  Full details


Play on Wheels

Play on Wheels (POW) is an exciting mobile play service operating in Dundee, Angus and Fife.  Full details


Play Talk Read

PTR is a Scottish Government initiative supporting playing, talking reading to under 3s.  Full details


Smart Play Network

Smart Play Network is the national organisation supporting play services and play providers in Scotland.  Full details



Sustrans works closely with communities, the Scottish Government, local authorities and other partners to ensure that the people of Scotland have access to a network of safe walking and cycling routes; making Scotland a healthy, happy place to live, work and play, and a sustainable and beautiful tourist destination.  Full details 


Together – Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights

Together is an alliance of Scottish children’s charities that works to improve the awareness, understanding and implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).  Full details


Vibrant Communities – East Ayrshire Council

A department of EAC.  Full details