Sejlklubben Mou Bro, Storvorde A pirate playground on grass Mou Bro Sailing Club near Aalborg in northern Jutland has been wanting a playground for a long time. The club wanted a playground where young children could play safely, and at the same time the solution needed to be budget-friendly and require a minimum of excavation. The choice therefore fell on play equipment approved for installation on grass as well as reuse of the existing safety surfaces. In this way, the sailing club was able to save a lot of money on safety surfaces and contractors. According to Mou Bro Sailing club, children are thrilled with the playground, and the Sixtus bow section is particularly popular with all the playground’s captains and sailors who love to look out over the water. The ship’s bow and the two springers – the shark and the sea lion – support the children’s role-play. In role-play, children develop their social skills and learn to set boundaries and to say no, etc.Therefore, role-play is very important for children’s development, and is a key focus area when developing our play equipment. Read more: How do we co-develop our products together with children?