Paultons Park - Pepa Pig World


We are proud of our client base and work hard each year with Paultons Park in Hampshire to keep Pepa Pig world a safe and lively enviornment for thousands of children to play in each year.  This is our fourth year working with Paultons and here are some of the refit, repair and replacement pictures.

We have completed a load of work in the Peppa pig play system. This includes the recovering of foam items including;

Entry humps for different areas,

Log ramps and Giants causeway blocks.

There was a smaller repair on some netting deck boards and, we added some new spider web nets that slow down to flow of movement. This controls the speed the children will fly through the system, ultimately minimizing any threat of clashing heads.


More photos below of completed work.

Ringwood Health and Leisure Centre

The major change we have made to this system was the removal two steel legs. We then added a new brace system to support the structure above. This has opened the ground floor immensely, allowing for more fun to be had with the inclusion of brand new soft play shapes.

This hump was at a dead end of a hallway and had absolutely no use because you couldn’t do anything or go anywhere. So we lifted this up on to the next level and put it in the middle of a hallway so its has an effect.

We performed a partial refurb on this play system over at Ringwood Health and Leisure. This involved a lot of recovering of items such as: 4 log ramps, multiple foam blocks, all of the deck boards and tiding up a lot of nets.

As you can see we made very small alterations to each product just so you can clearly make out they are new. This is shown clearly with the log ramps, we swapped the colors of the ends on each log with the opposite color. Simple yet effective. 


Funny bones - Collooney (Ireland) 

Our friends over Ireland wanted a custom made infinity floor with a circular cut out. This proved to be a monumental task, But we still did it.

We built a full climbing area from scratch and used custom alphabet climbing grips. this wall, however, should be traversed sideways not all the way up. 

Aswell as our famous bespoke infinity floor mirror. But this one we took further and created a podium that sits in the middle of the mirror.

JR Zone - Isle of White

This large play centre over on the Isle of Wight requested a new section to be built. including a full tumble tower called The Avalanche. They also wanted to fix up there suspended rope bridge. One of the largest rope bridges in an indoor play centre.

We also created a large custom made infinity floor comprised of a mirror and lots of LEDs. 

This walkway is very unique as it was the love child of our lead engineer Matt. he always wanted to make one for something and was finally given a chance.