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Stay Safe, Stay Home Provision

During the current COVID-19 Pandemic it is very important for everyone to follow the Welsh Governement guidance to stop the spread of infection and to help combat this, Interplay has changed it's provision to ensure the safety of the children and young people we support, as well as the Interplay staff team and  their families. We understand that for the children and young people we support, time away from face to face play sessions and youth groups means not being able to contact friends and socialise, and therefore we are doing our best to help you all stay connected and active.

Interplay has put together a programme of small bubble face-to-face and virtual services which we will be running during these difficult times to help you to socialise safely face-to-face and online with friends and have activities ideas to keep you busy.

To find out more about the service have a look at our Stay Safe, Stay Home page.
Please note, we have changed the times for our online gaming sessions - check the Stay safe, Stay home page to see if you're affected.

Please check this site for our regular updates. Rest assured we will be reviewing the situation regularly and will be adapting our services to ensure that we are following all necessary safety guidance, and will return to a digital only provision should this be deemed necessary in ensuring your continued safety.

Take care and keep yourselves and others safe.

Remember to wash your hands often, for at least 20 seconds and wear a mask indoors and in busy areas.

Please see latest guidance from Swansea Bay University Health Board & Swansea & NPT Councils




Interplay provides access to play and leisure opportunities for children and young people with additional needs aged 2-25 who find it difficult to access the same mainstream play, leisure and social activities as their peers.

We work with children at all levels from profound and multiple disability, learning disabilities, physical impairments, sensory impairments, autism, adhd and challenging behaviour - our main criteria is that without additional support these young people would not be able to gain access to play and leisure opportunities.

We run weekly term time play provision, youth clubs, summer schemes and residentials. Interplay aims to ensure that the standard of play and leisure provision is exemplary, particularly in projects or activities that are organised by Interplay. To do this, Interplay promotes best practice in recruitment,
employment, training, supervision and monitoring of all it’s workers.

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