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Haringey Play

Promoting the right to play in Haringey

Somerford Grove Adventure Playground  February Half-Term –  11am-5pm:

We are open February Half Term 2024!

Opening times: 11am-1:30pm (for children, young people aged 5yrs-15yrs  – parents/carers welcome

From 1:30pm-5pm – sessions are for children & young people only – no adults permitted.

Tuesday 13th February

Wednesday 14th February

Thursday 15th February

Friday 16th February

We will be closed on Saturday 10th February and Saturday 17th February 2024


All children must be registered before attending.

TERM-TIME opening hours at Somerford Grove Adventure Playground:

TUESDAYSisterhood Project

Girls only

Ages 6-15

WEDNESDAYYouth GroupAges 10-153pm-6pm
(funding permitting)
FRIDAYForest School Ages 6-15 3-6pm
SATURDAYFamily Session

All ages

Parents welcome


I have learnt more about the importance of Play since my children have been attending. They let off steam, they love chopping wood, making fires and having water fights, can’t do that at home!

(parent of children aged 8yrs and 13yrs)

A massive thank you to our funders!

Important Documents

Information Pack for Parents

Safeguarding Policy

Trustee Report

Our latest news

Fancy flippin, tumbling and learning some aerial acrobatics? Every Tuesday at Somerford Grove Adventure Playground for girls aged 10yrs+ contact sereena@haringey-play.org.uk for more info. The sessions take place at our girls group. SisterHood project - all ages


Our friends at @GoldhillPlay Adventure Playground & Alternative Provision in Leicester need your help! Pls donate to help with supplies & to rebuild the art room which was destroyed in the fire #PlayMatters

Goldhill Adventure Playground hit by Arson

We were so impressed by our students at Somerford Grove Adventure Playground today. They worked so hard. They’re loving learning new skills with the @HarPAofficial team. 🪜 #ThisIsAP

We need a Secretary of State for Children! Currently NOBODY in Government has overall responsibility for ensuring that children's needs are considered by policy makers. This has resulted in planning guidance which contains more mentions of bats and lorry parks than children!