Monthly Archives: June 2015


I popped into Scrapstore today – an

“Aladdin’s Cave of low-cost, varied and abundant scrap materials for creative play – safe surplus resources collected from business and industry.”

What I didn’t know was that they also have an in house Play Team and run all sorts of brilliant activities.

One particularly brilliant thing is their Playpod.

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“The Scrapstore PlayPod® is a holistic process that works with the entire school community to change both the human and physical play environment transforming play at lunchtimes.”

I was really excited to find out about the activities, the Playpod and get tour of the play areas and warehouse space. We’ll be using materials from Scrapstore for our Transformabin workshops, (along with other bits and pieces) I cant wait to get Game Inventing!



Games you used to play

We are talking to local people about games they play, or used to play , wherever in the world that was when they were young. We’re recycle these memories into Binstallation and inspire our young game inventors for our summer school.

If you’d like to tell us about games you used to play, you can do so here.

Look out for us at events in Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill this summer.

Game inventing workshops

Mufti Games are converting a communal bin into an interactive, playable game station.


Aged 11-18 years? Release your inner inventor. Work with us to invent and build new games and playable contraptions and show them at Make Sunday Special on Stapleton Road.



18th-21st August 12-4pm

Make Sunday Special 23rd August


Baggator Young Peoples Project, The Pickle Factory, 13 All Hallows Rd, Easton,

Bristol BS5 0HH

£2 per session, £5 for whole week

To get involved or find out more, contact us

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