Where have you used the Love Outdoor Play symbol?

Get stickers!We would really like to hear from anyone who has used the Love Outdoor Play stickers or symbol. We would love to know how and where it’s been used, what people think of it and how useful it has been. If you have any photographs you can share all the better.

There are number of companies who are really interested in using the Love Outdoor Play symbol on their products. We are looking at ways for them to show their support for outdoor play and to open up the conversation more on a street level. If you are connected to a company that would like to use the symbol please do get in contact.

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3 Responses to “Where have you used the Love Outdoor Play symbol?”
  1. Ally says:

    I have it on the website for my after school club and it links directly to your page. When I have some funds I’ll order some stickers and display them in my car and at our setting.

    Love it.

  2. Jane says:

    My Love Outdoor play sticker is on the front of my laptop and creates quite a bit of interest .. I was the envy of my colleagues when I turned up at a meeting with some spares, and sent one to a collegue who had been out playing and had a mishap and is now in Plaster – get well soon Ingrid! Others are on the doors and windows of the Plymouth Play Association and scrapstore…. And there are stickers to be seen on my car as I travel across the SW region, supporting Play … Oh and finally I have a sticker on my van that is being converted into a camper as we speak .. ready for an adventure!! outdoors of course.

    Happy playing to all.

    J

  3. I have two stickers on my car so I know it’s mine and stands out subtly from the crowd of cars in a carpark.

    I also guide participants on my courses to my car by telling them it’s the one with the “Love Outdoor Play” sticker on it.

    I did have a sticker on my jacket too but that fell off and found another home and a different life…ah well you know the saying…”If you love someone, let them go. If they return, they’re yours. If they doesn’t, they never were.” Sigh!

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