This map shows the growing number of residents and councils who are helping to enable children to play out more. We add information to it when we know of activity happening on streets and in neighbourhoods.
You can find out what’s happening where you live and see whether there are others doing things locally who are happy to give you support and advice. Our Local Authority Directory lists the areas where most change is happening. If you are already doing something on your street and it’s not yet on the map, please email us to let us know.
In 2011, the first playing out sessions in Oxford were held – you can read about the first one in the Oxford Mail.
People living in Oxford can apply for a road closure using the council’s procedure for street parties, you can use a single form for several dates. If you are interested making Oxford’s streets friendlier places you may also be interested in the Oxford Streets for People partnership.
Air Pollution and Street Play
Daniella posted this on 23/06/17
The severe impact of traffic-related air pollution on children’s health is becoming ever clearer and more worrying. On the 4th of April, Greenpeace and the Guardian called for urgent government action…
Learning to Ride a Bike: Solving the Parents’ Dilemma
Daniella posted this on 19/05/17
Do you remember learning to ride a bike? One of my key memories is that my younger brother learnt before me – what a humiliation for competitive siblings! Luckily…