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Let’s Have a Happy 2014

Posted on January 6th, 2014 Anti Bullying

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a playground where all the children were happy and there was no bullying? Where children would look out for other children and there would be no-one excluded? Impossible you might think with all those different personalities! But here at Playground Markings and Development, we have observed a marked improvement … Continued

Grass Matting to Eliminate Boggy Areas

Posted on February 13th, 2013 Grassmats

Grass matting to eliminate boggy areas in your back garden, and to help many of you navigate safely through your back garden, over your stream and into the gym at the bottom of your garden. This 50m long path was installed in Warwickshire to help a customer with such a problem.         … Continued

Architects Guide to Wetpour Rubber Installation

Posted on December 4th, 2012 Architects Guide to Wetpour Rubber Installation

We have put together a downloadable pdf to help Architects use as a guide when planning constructions for their clients. For further information please call us on 01477 533 555 or email us here. Download the pdf here.    

Wetpour installation complete in Scunthorpe

Posted on August 22nd, 2012 Wetpour safety surface completed

PMD’s wetpour safety surfacing team have completed an installation for the Gelder Group in Scunthorpe. Wetpour safety surfacing finishes off the this playground nicely. Wetpour safety surfacing is the ultimate surface and it’s understandable why Gelder chose this quality safety surface. Groundworks were prepared before our team arrived complete with edgings and the area was … Continued

Whitefriars School has refreshed playground markings and Targets

Posted on August 20th, 2012 Playground before and after pictures

Whitefriars school in Harrow needed a little bit of a playground makeover, so PMD obliged with new targets for the walls and refreshing the existing playground markings and of course adding some new playground markings like a world map and treasure island map. Both of these playground markings are great for education, why not educate … Continued

Play houses installed in Nottingham

Posted on August 20th, 2012 3 Play houses

Cantrell Primary School are the first school to receive the new PMD play houses which come in three subtle shades, red, blue and green. The colours look brilliant against the natural timbers. These play huts come with verandah and picket fence. The picket fence is colour coded to match the exterior of the play house. … Continued

Plezier Climbing Frame being installed in North London

Posted on August 16th, 2012 installation of Plezier climbing frame

Our timber climbing frame  the ‘Plezier’ being installed in north London today will be finished by the end of the day ready for wetpour surfacing. Climbing frames are an integral part of childrens play and have been for many years although it is only in recent years that school playgrounds have received the attention that … Continued

Making the right choice for playground equipment

Posted on July 10th, 2012 Playground equipment

Making the right choice for playground equipment and installation makes all the difference. Your school, children and parents  may have been frantically saving and raising money to embark on the lengthy (and sometimes costly!) process of finding a company to work with for your playground development. Finding the right provider can often feel very daunting, … Continued

Playground Equipment Recycling

Posted on June 13th, 2012 Playground Markings Direct Recycling Report

We at PMD are not scientists, many scientists doubt and debate the effect of human activities on the ozone layer, environment and resulting weather changing patterns. Some say it is the earth in another weather cycle where as other ‘experts’ categorically state it is our actions that have contributed to the climate change. It is … Continued

Is your school environmentally friendly?

Posted on May 29th, 2012 environmental2

An environmental review (or audit) is designed to give schools an overall, realistic view of their current environment situation. It will highlight what areas the school is doing well in and what areas need improving. The review will produce an action plan to help the school decide which changes may be required and how urgently … Continued