Encouraging Energy at playtime

Written by: HAGS Schools | Published:
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Like the name implies, the NRG family invites the sort of play that encourages the use of energy. The NRG steel trail range from HAGS Schools offers numerous individual activity units, all with different challenges, suitable for children aged four and above.

The stylish NRG system was designed to be both eye-catching and fun while encouraging physical activity. Its distinctive steel curved arches and support posts make an impressive centre piece for any play area, attracting children of all ages and abilities, stimulating interactive play and healthy exercise.

The 24 individual activity units can be arranged in virtually any configuration to create your own bespoke layout. There are also nine standard configurations to suit all space requirements and budgets.

NRG is low-maintenance and durable, and structural steel parts come with a no-defects 25-year warranty. The range is UK-manufactured at our factory in Yorkshire and, subject to installation requirements, available in just four to six weeks from the order date – perfect for October half-term installations.

  • Special offers are currently available on the NRG range – look out for your flyer coming through the post or contact us for details. Call 0845 260 1655 or visit www.hags-smp.co.uk


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