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Play England commissioned spear to conduct a study to assess the impact of national policies and legislation on young people’s opportunities for play and informal recreation.
A review of national policies and legislation showed that recreational activities for young people regularly feature – but play is not always mentioned. This was seen to be true even when policy documents were uniquely about children’s free-time activities.
Client: Play England
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