Atwell Farm Presentation

Sacrewell Farm, Peterborough Case Study



Sacrewell Farm and Country Centre


Start Date:

Completion Date:

September 2020

November 2020 General Manager



Lee Scowen




The new £260,00 scheme, that is three times the size of the original play area, was completed in time for the October half-term break and many of the inventive units pay tribute to the traditions and heritage of the site. The new park is packed full of amazing play equipment. Complementing the actual Watermill, the bespoke wooden Mill with climbing unit is a stand-out feature. Other themed items include a purpose-built Combine Harvester, themed Beehive unit, Cheese Slide paying homage to the local cheesemongers, complete with yellow flooring and bees.

There is also some fabulous playboards with blacksmith motifs, as well as a dramatic High Rope Walkway that leads into a Natural Area beyond the playspace. A Sand Unit with diggers and pulleys adds some alternative fun, alongside a Double Cableway, Net Pyramids and Trampolines.

A pretty minimondo Dandelion is ideal for toddlers and a wonderful all-inclusive area features a Disabled Walkway with accessibility, as well as a Stand-up Seesaw and Wheelchair Roundabout.

“Play is such a vital part of education” - General manager Lee Scowen

School trips are also incredibly popular and eibe Play is delighted to have been involved with the recent playground renovation, so that children of all ages can continue to enjoy the multi-faceted attractions at Sacrewell.

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