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Our Supporters

We couldn’t do what we do without the help and collaboration of our supporters.

Find out more about each of them below.

The Association of Play Industries (API) is the lead trade body in the play sector. It represents the interests of the providers of both outdoor and indoor play equipment and safer surfacing. The API promotes best practice and high quality play provision within the play industry.

Living Well is an initiative led by Bradford Council Public Health and NHS Bradford District and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group aimed at addressing the rising levels of obesity and reducing the high levels of early and preventable deaths within the district. They want to make the healthy choice the easy choice for people in Bradford District.

Bradford City F.C. Community Foundation is proud to be the charitable arm of Bradford City FC. They are a self-funded charity, placed right at the heart of the city. Their mission is to provide a safe, fun and inclusive environment to inspire, educate and enable the people of Bradford to achieve their goals to their fullest potential. Their programmes and opportunities are open to everyone, of all ages and backgrounds, whether you’re a fan of 50 years, a football-loving child, or even someone with no connections to football at all. Their projects are designed to bring out the best in everyone, whether you are looking to step back into employment, improve your health & wellbeing, or dream about becoming the next Valley Parade icon.

The New Uses of Screens in Post-Lockdown Britain study has been undertaken within the School of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds, funded by the Research England Policy Support. A survey of 500 UK adults and 20 interviews, funded by Research England, revealed that half of respondents now look at screens for 11 hours or more a day, and more than a quarter look at screens for 14 hours or more a day.

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31 July 2023

Two new play parks for families

Two brand new play parks are set to open in late summer 2023. The project will see part of Drummond Road recreational ground and St Michaels recreational ground on White Abbey Road transformed into nature based play areas for the…

19 July 2023

First app of it’s kind launches in Bradford

JU:MP (Join Us: Move. Play), in collaboration with Born in Bradford (BiB), has launched Bestlife, the first FREE physical activity app of its kind, with a wide selection of activities and quests that immerses young people in the animated city…

17 July 2023

Windhill Wild Park is now open!

JU:MP is delighted to announce the opening of Windhill Wild Park, a new interactive outdoor space in Windhill, on the outskirts of Shipley. The project which is a collaboration between JU:MP, Bradford Council, Make Space For Girls and Windhill Community…