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All our materials are licensed under the Creative Commons “Attribution, Non-commercial, No- derivatives” license.  This means we are happy for our materials to be downloaded, used or shared freely for the purpose of enabling resident-led street play, as long as the contents are:

  • always clearly attributed to Playing Out (linking back to this website)
  • not sold, disseminated or distributed within a for-profit context (for example, within paid-for training)
  • not adapted or re-branded without our prior written agreement

If you are not sure, please just ask us. For more information, see our policy below on using Playing Out’s materials and branding. This includes separate guidelines for residents on their own street, local ‘playing out’ groups, and organisations and councils.


Use of Playing Out branding and materials

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Privacy Policy

We will never share your contact details without your express permission, and we won’t sign you up to mailings. If you wish to receive our blog or newsletter (aimed at professionals), you can subscribe or unsubscribe to those yourself at any time. These are managed by Mailchimp.

As part of our movement building work to grow play streets across the UK, we aim to link people up from similar geographical or interest areas, so that they can support each other and work together in whatever way is beneficial for them.

If you contact us as an individual (e.g. resident / parent interested in organising a play street) we may request your permission to store your details on our secure internal database, so that we can contact you again in future with updates about what’s happening in your area. If you don’t reply specifically granting us permission, we will not store your information.

If you contact us as part of your work or representing an organisation, demonstrating an interest in being part of this movement or seeking advice on how to progress Playing Out in your area, we may consider this a ‘legitimate interest’ under GDPR law to store your name, contact detail(s) and any other relevant information you have given us in our internal secure database, so that if in future we need to find and contact you, we can. Again, we would never share your contact details with anyone else, unless you give us permission to do so.

If you do not wish us to use your data in this way, simply tell us and we’ll be happy not to.