Access

Careful planning of the structure is important to ensure there are no “pinch points” where pushing and jostling can lead to an accident. Normally each clubhouse should have at least one and preferably two entry and exit points. Remember that some access components work as “up” and “down”, such as a ladder, whereas slides are definitely “down” only.

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Connections

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Add-Ons