Sovereign launches new play equipment

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Sovereign, one of the largest providers of school ground developments in the UK, is launching a new and extensive range of play structures and sensory play facilities for the primary and early years.

Designed to boost imaginative play experiences, while promoting physical, cognitive and social-emotional growth, this comprises a collection of climbing frames, play towers and adventure trails – such as a new Fitness Literacy Trail, which promotes active learning for ages 5 to 11.

New additions also include the Fruit and Comic ranges, a colourful collection of play structures for children up to four years of age.

Sovereign will also be introducing a sensory range of Mud Kitchens, encouraging creativity in children's mud play, alongside a Bug Hotel, ideal for teaching children about natural habitats.

The equipment joins Sovereign's existing ranges of play panels, playground graphics, tower structures and more – all ideal for young imaginative minds, while ensuring the highest level of safety with maximum play value.

Guests at the Education Show, from March 19 to 21, will have the opportunity to preview a selection of the new equipment on stand N43-M42, where they can also order Sovereign's new 2015 brochure and book a free consultation with an experienced area manager who can provide advice on any desired installation.

For more information or to book a free consultation, call 01702 291129
or visit

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