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The Sky Maze Extension at Fort Douglas, Dalkeith Country Park

Front view of the racing slides inside the Sky Maze lead image

We love it when a new project goes through the design process and begins to come to life in the visuals our design team produce. In this project we are adding a new Sky Maze extension to the brilliant Fort Douglas Adventure Play Centre at Dalkeith Country Park. Our first […]

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The Design for the new Adventure Play at Crathes Castle

Crathes Castle from garden lead image

Crathes Castle, near Banchory in Aberdeenshire lays a strong claim to being one of the more unusual castles in Scotland. Built in 1596 and later extended, it looks almost ‘polished’ in its finish as it has a ‘harled’ exterior. harling is a process similar to plastering that protects the stone […]

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McManage joins the team

Paul Travers joins CAP.Co as McManage 2

Paul Travers has joined CAP.Co to strengthen the design and project management team. He’s someone many of us have worked with for quite a few years, being part of the awesomely talented Treehouse Company team, based in Kilmarnock back in 2005. They were the company that designed and built BeWILDerwood […]

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Air Canada in-flight magazine

Dalkeith featured in Air Canada magazine Lead image

Our Project Development Fella, Simon Egan, has been doing a lot of traveling lately and has just come back from Canada (via New York and Bermuda). The trip was longer than usual as we are looking at projects all over Canada and about to go live on our project in […]

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Treehouse accommodation is big business

Treehouse accommodation by a lake 2

Treehouse accommodation is big business. Brian Chesky, the CEO of AirBnB, which takes care of the marketing of over 1,000 treehouses and thousands of conventional properties across the world has stated that treehouses offer the greatest return of any of the properties on their books. In a recent interview with […]

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The work continues at the Mulberry Bush School

The completed garden 4 Adventure Play at the Mulberry Bush School Lead image

In a recent blog post we talked about going on site at the Mulberry Bush School here. Well work has continued apace and two of the gardens are now complete. The School is set in the heart of rural Oxfordshire and works on long-term programmes with children who have been through […]

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A new Elf House for Audley End Miniature Railway

The new Elf House within the fairy and Elf Walk at Audley End Miniature Railway

We’ve just completed a lovely little project at Audley End Miniature Railway in Saffron Walden, Essex. If you’ve not heard of it, it’s a brilliant miniature railway attraction, that was originally designed by Lord Braybrooke, to ride around his Capability Brown designed gardens. When his daughter, Amanda Murray took over […]

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On-site at the Mulberry Bush School

One of the new play areas of adventure play at the Mulberry Bush School

The team arrived on site today for the start of a build at the Mulberry Bush School in the peaceful tranquility of the Oxfordshire countryside. The school is almost unique in what it does in that it takes children of primary school age who arrive from environments of family breakdown, […]

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Adventure Play Extension at Fort Douglas, Dalkeith Country Park

The start of the adventure work at Dalkeith

Fort Douglas is a well established and popular treehouse based play area within Dalkeith Country Park. It’s only been open for 18 months and has proved so popular already, that an extension was needed to offer even more for visitors to do and add some additional challenges and play elements. This […]

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