We are getting ready for the final public walk before App testing begins. (we walk with pre booked groups- get in touch if you want to know more) Join us on 6th June 2-4pm to have an input in the App content! We will leave from Metal as usual and come back there for chat, tea and cake…
We will explore a new part of the city centre while playing games and talking about the places – like in other walks – though so far – each walk is unique!
Do join us – you can book here or on the tab on the red tab on the left (or on our FB page)- to find out more about Metal and where they are- go here.
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And if you haven’t been before and want to see what walks are like- just scroll down for the pictures and click to read more…
Its a sunny morning and we start our walk with a question card asking ‘Who owns what?’ The shop we started from is owned by Walmart and the shopping centre we are about to enter is owned by a another company as we soon find out. So the path between them is for common use then? Does that mean we can play here? A little boy swings from the railings till his parents urge him to stop.
Continue reading Watching Over You and Turb Swimming
It was a blustery Saturday afternoon but even with rain clouds looming, we struck out to explore with our second group of participants for Play Peterborough, some returning from the first walk. We walked backwards in silence- most of us as that is – as some chatted ; ) and watched it all unfold in such a different way. We all noticed other people’s responses – perplexed and bewildered but always smiling.
Continue reading Floating and Balancing on a Blustery Afternoon
Our trial participatory walk went amazingly well- not only did we have great weather and lovely participants – but we learnt a lot from it.
Continue reading Red Corners and Green Places
Had a great time doing the artists talk at METAL future networks event.
We decided that it would be good to find out what people remember from playing, back when play was more feral.
Continue reading Talking Playing Remembering