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Sometimes it is helpful to know in photographic detail about a particular accessory or piece of equipment a child is using, or how an arm looks when it is holding a ball. It is always possible to search on the web for images but it can be misleading. This section will build up over the next two years as the project develops.

Click on the links below to enlarge the image and find out more about it.

If you are a parent of a disabled child, a professional working with disabled children or a photographer and you have photographs that we can use for this part of the website please contact us.

roundabout and seesaw

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accessible roundabout

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wheelchair accessible swing

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sensory area

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small roundabout

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using an aerial runway

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chair with tray

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girl on bike

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wheelchair accessible roundabout

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girl in standing frame

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playing cricket

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