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Summit going on

ZOE Hutton, three, gets to grips with some outdoor play equipment as part of a summit on the state of play in Scotland.

The free outdoor play session was set up by Baltic Street Adventure Playground, a new project being built in Dalmarnock, Glasgow.

Play Summit took place over three days, ending yesterday, and brought together experts and practitioners to discuss play and new ideas for children. It was run by artist Nils Norman and art and architecture collective Assemble.

Picture: Martin Shields

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