PlayCan is an exciting inclusive play project for children with additional support needs and their families from Can Do and ELPA, funded by the Thrive Outdoors: Outdoor Community Play Fund. If you are looking to read more about the project, CLICK HERE


Throughout June we are holding 6 PlayCan sessions across 3 venues. We would love your ideas on making play accessible and inclusive in East Lothian. We invite you to have fun! 


  • Session 1 – Saturday 8th June – 10.30-12.30pm Queen Margaret University

  • Session 2 – Saturday 8th June – 1-3pm Queen Margaret University

  • Session 3 (QUIET SESSION)  – Saturday 15th June 10.30 – 12.30pm  Belhaven Parish Church Hall and Gardens, Dunbar

  • Session 4 – Saturday 15th June 1-3pm Belhaven Parish Church Hall and Gardens, Dunbar

  • Session 5 – Saturday 22nd June 10.20-12.30pm Neilson Park (behind Pavilion), Haddington

  • Session 6 – Saturday 22nd June 1-3pm Neilson Park (behind Pavilion), Haddington

Scroll down for more information about sessions and an accessibility guide for each location. 

CLICK HERE to view accessibility guide for Queen Margaret University session.


CLICK HERE to view the visual Story for the Queen Margaret University session – with pictures and details of what will be happening on the day.


How to get to The Howff at QMU. This video is in 2 parts, one showing how to get from the train station or bus stop to the car park, the second part shows how to get from the car park to the Howff. 








Accessibility Guide for Belhaven Church Hall to follow





Accessibility Guide for Neilson Park to follow. 

This video has two parts, depending on whether you will be coming from the Aubigney Centre side or the High Street side. 








Find out more about the project in the booklet below.


If you would like further information, or to let us know you plan to come along, contact  ELPA SCIO, Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) SC050202 Can Do, Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) SC049885