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The Children’s Playground Co. Ltd is a TÜV certified manufacturer of high-quality play products and implementation services. Using experienced design and engineering resources, CPCL delivers, cost-effective play solutions that clearly address the specific needs of each project.

Our primary business focus is the design, manufacture and installation of playground equipment of Robinia Wood.

Our aspiration is to create distinctive, stimulating, imaginative and challenging playgrounds for children of all abilities. We believe playgrounds should reflect the needs of their users and we work together with our clients: councils, schools, community groups... to achieve challenging play projects.

We develope projects ranging from conventional designs to the most exciting Theme playgrounds, always bearing in mind the need to “challenge the Child”. We also install and maintain our playgrounds with our own employees and wherever appropriate, we advocate in favour of natural materials.  

The Children’s Playground Co. Ltd founded in 2001, is a family owned company.

Our design team is led by Ms Rinske Wassenaar a Dutch national, former art teacher and supported by technicians, industrial designers, landscape architects, engineers, graphic designers.

Recent Projects

Aug 2016
Rotary games for children Gunnersbury Park Museum, Design by Parks Environment and Leisure department Ealing Borough council depicting a range of different professions with a traditional dress format.
Aug 2016
The Children's Playground Company Ltd. CPCL added a new photo.
Aug 2016
TUV Yearly inspection including staff training.

TUV SUD We are your partner –
when you aim to be on the safe side
At playgrounds, playschools, or kindergardens, leisure parks,
wherever children are playing and having fun, safety is
paramount.
As a manufacturer, designer of
playground equipment, you benefit from
having an expert partner at your side.
TÜV SÜD Product Service has been synonymous with
excellence in product testing.
Jul 2016
Ealing Borough Council requested CPCL to carve 3 bouncing plates for the Gunnersbury Park Museum,
housed in the Large Mansion at, Popes Lane, London W3 8LQ and has its display galleries in the grand, State Rooms.
The museum was opened in 1929. Since then it has collected a wide range of objects, paintings and photographs which reflect life in Ealing and Hounslow Boroughs.
Jul 2016
Michael parusel (left) with George at the annual TUV-SUD inspection on our roundabout in situ at the Monesterevin playground
Jul 2016
Highfield Park Trust, Trestle Art Center.
Following the completion of 5 playgrounds for younger children, we followed up with an interesting "Hang-out" unit for the local teenagers also offering additional play value and challenge in the form of large climbing posts, monkey- and traverse rope, a fireman's pole.
This project was delivered within 5 days. According to the RoSPA inspector: "a cracking piece of equipment"
Jul 2016
Bringing pockets of nature back to Dublin inner city, Poplar Row.
A tight knit community who gave us great support during the installation (4 days). The following play equipment was added to the small space available: Stilts, climbing grips along the wall, a DDA accessible sand bin table. a black board and a sturdy basket ball hoop.
CPCL sponsored the Cherry tree, Butterfly bushes etc.
Jul 2016
Sandford-on-Thames a village beside the River Thames just south of Oxford.The community spent five years planning their dream playground then raised the money to build it. After years of dreaming and scheming, their, zip wire, swings and a huge complex climbing unit with slide is now a reality. The equipment is challenging and interesting for a wide range of ages also a willow hut, boulders and a tunnel are close by with equipment more suitable for younger children.
And on Saturday June 4, they officially cut the ribbon on the village’s gleaming new dream playground.
Jul 2016
Stillorgan playground opened, in time for the holidays and the hot weather, lots to play with from beautiful mounds 0.5m to 1.2m, Cradle-flat seat, basket swings and special needs swing with central climbing unit on a gentle sloping mound giving lots of play-value for children, plenty seating and picnic tables for Moms and Dads
May 2016
Peterborough, Sue Ryder Foundation:
Sue Ryder, was a British volunteer with Special Operations Executive in the Second World War, who afterwards led many charitable organisations notably the charity named in her honour.
Asked by the charity director to design a playground for Thorpe hall. The equipment needed to fit in a tight space, suitable for visiting children.
The unit designed, contains an innovative stainless steel crawling tunnel, designed and developed by CPCL, the first of its kind in the UK. The crawling tunnel can be expanded in different ways and lengths to create additional play-value.
Other equipment: musical instruments, memory games, distortion mirrors, a labyrinth and a play sculpture caterpillar.
We had great support from Martin and the staff and the project went smoothly.
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