Dual Adventure Circuit

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The PMD Dual Adventure Circuit is a great a great example of promoting fitness, coordination and interactive skills through the use of playground markings.

This formed thermoplastic marking is manufactured using the highest quality materials and consists of several fun activity stations that will help children to get active through play.

PMD believe that all playground equipment and markings should inspire, educate and challenge children to develop their skills, if you would like to discuss this or any other PMD product then please contact our customer care team on 01477 533 555 or email: info@playgroundmarkingsdirect.co.uk

£819

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Product Specification

£819

Product SKU:
    PMF004

Age Range:
    4

Installation Time:
    4 hours

Product Length:
    7500mm

Product Width:
    7500mm

Minimum Area - Length:
    10.5mm

Minumum Area - Width:
    10.5mm

Play Type:
    Training

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