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Goldhill Adventure Playground

Type of service:
Groups, Clubs And Activities
Windley Road,, Leicester, Leicester
Telephone number:
0116 283 6350
Mobile number:
Service description:
Goldhill Adventure Playground is the largest inclusive adventure playground in the city of Leciester and Leicestershire. It is a charity and can provide 1-1 support for users with additional needs to play within a mainstream setting.

The Goldhill Adventure Playground in Leicestershire is a great place for children between 5 and 19 years of age (with special needs) to spend a day playing. Families with children under 5 can also come, but the youngsters must be supervised at all times as they have not yet developed the skills to manage the playgrounds structures safely. Older children can climb, swing, crawl and run through the various climbing frames, equipment and playhouses that are located across the park’s grounds, as well as take part in engaging activities such as graffiti workshops.

Since half of this Leicester adventure playground is located outside, waterproofs are recommended for those days when the weather is less than perfect.

This children’s playground in Leicestershire is proud to be involved in several “Inclusion Projects”, which aim to aid the development of disabled children through the power of play.

please ring to confirm the opening details:

telephone 0116 283 6350

postal address 432 Saffron Lane, Leicester LE2 6SB

You may need to register in advance - see the website for more details.

There are adventure play staff on site who state:

"As professional play workers, we provide children with a broad range of exciting and creative play opportunities designed to help them develop their full potential. So that we can provide a high quality service, all our staff attend regular training and have achieved or are working towards a National Vocational Qualification in Playwork. Staff can easily be identified by their green shirts. Our staff are always willing to help. If you have any difficulties, please feel free to approach them."

Where possible the park tries to provide a service for children and adults with disabilities and this is achieved by working with parents who are free to offer advice, guidance and instructions on how to meet the child's needs.
Age range:
5 years - 19 years
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Additional information:
Goldhill adventure playgrouns is an "open access" centre. This means that all children must be registered, there is no charge, and children are free to come and go as they please. Any child under the age of eight must be accompanied to and from the playground.
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