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Multi Use Games Areas Projects

Box Hill School

Box Hill School is an independent school based in Dorking which was established 60 years ago. The school has a long heritage of delivering first class learning and excellent educational facilities. In 2017 the school approached Charles Lawrence Surfaces in Newark Nottinghamshire, with a view to constructing a new multi-use games area, which could offer a range of sports options to the pupils, including Tennis, Netball , 5 aside football and hockey training, to be used all year round.
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Hodge Hill Girls School

Hodge Hill Girls School is a secondary school located in the Hodge Hill area of Birmingham in the West Midlands. Formerly a grammar school, today it is a non- selective community school administered by Birmingham City Council. In the Spring of 2017, the school approached Playrite to discuss a proposed scheme to upgrade an existing macadam playground of approx. 3000 Square Metres in size to a synthetic surface.
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Oliver House

Oliver House School in London wanted to make their school stand out, they wanted something unique to incorporate in to their school grounds which would bring joy to the children, hence their motto ‘In gaudio serviamus’ which translates to ‘may we serve joyfully’. The school made the choice to use Playrite's Matchwinner Velour surface as they were amazed at all the things they could incorporate in to their facility.
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Sandringham School

Sandringham school’s aim is simple—to be world class. That means whenever possible, provide the best products and facilities in the school and this is why Playrite’s surface was chosen to upgrade their sports facilities. The school previously had a non-porous, very slippy area which was causing a hazard to students especially in wet weather. Sandringham Head of PE decided steps were needed to revitalise their sports area into something that children could enjoy and use to their full potential.
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Edenhurst Preparatory School

There are so many things to consider when choosing a new synthe c sports surface. Durability, performance, maintenance; It can get confusing and becomes very easy to make a wrong decision.
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Heckmondwike Grammar School

All Weather Pitch still looking great 11 years on. Back in 2006 Playrite were approached by Heckmondwike Grammar School, who were looking for a synthetic surface that could be used in all weather conditions. Their main requirement was hockey, but as the available space was limited the pitch also needed to facilitate netball, tennis and
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Mount Carmel School enjoys a new multi-use games area

Mount Carmel Catholic College for Girls, a lead health and well-being school for Islington, has recently become the proud owner of a brand new striking blue, Playrite multi-use games pitch. Choosing a multi use games area for your facility means that you can provide year round usage and the option to offer a wider range
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Ashbridge Primary School

Ashbridge Primary School prides themselves on the quality of education they offer their pupils. They are committed to the highest of standards in education and care.
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A multi-sport pitch for Mary Hill School

Mary Hill Primary School in Kidsgrove, Stoke on Trent has recently been the recipient of a brand new multi-sport pitch. The school has been in desperate need for somewhere for the children to play, with limited areas and resources, Playrite were able to assist in changing an area that was previously unusable into a fantastic
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University of Gloucestershire – The Park Campus

The University Of Gloucestershire Park Campus is set in extensive gardens a short distance from Cheltenham Town Centre and is home to business, media, accountancy, law and computing. The University decided that an investment was needed for their grounds and they worked closely with Playrite and MUGA UK to decide that a new multi-use surface
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Playrite surfaces play well at Friezeland Primary School

Friezeland Primary school in Oldham has recently been the recipient of Sport England funding for a fantastic new Primary spaces area. The Primary spaces programme from Sport England enables the creation of areas within Primary schools that currently don’t have enough provision for spaces to play or sport. Playrite’s Matchwinner velour synthetic surface is an
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Playtime just got better with Playrite

The pupils of Cheslyn Hay Primary School in Staffordshire can now enjoy the benefits of a multi-use games area after a recent installation of Playrite’s Conqueror 60MF, 3G tufted grass. Conqueror 60MF is our highest performing 3G surface manufactured from a high performance, monofilament polyethylene yarn. It has increased comfort underfoot and improved playing performance.
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