Thousands of organisations have come to us wanting our help to bring music and harmony to their parks and playgrounds, schools, nursing homes, hospitals, hospices, museums and family-attractions and many other different settings.

We strongly believe in extending play beyond the traditional, making play inclusive and the positivity of multi-generational interaction. Music has a great power for bringing people together and including musical instruments in a park, playground or trail makes music-making irresistible for people of all cultures, ages and ability.

Read their reviews of Percussion Play to learn how great outdoor musical instruments have enhanced their outside spaces.

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Alexa Wheaton - Owner Zuma Zoo Daycare Montezuma, Iowa, USA

The new musical instruments have added great educational value to the playground. It has been so fun to watch our kids interact with one another while playing. We especially love the xylophone that has the songs with the color-coded notes to play

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Sarah Wyper - Project Coordinator Wiston Lodge (Charity focused on Children and Vulnerable Adults) Wiston, South Lanarkshire, Scotland

We are delighted with the instruments!

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Samantha Booty - ‘Best Dementia Care Home’ Winner of National Dementia Care Awards 2019 Hampshire UK

East Hill House have fund-raised and purchased two of Percussion Plays amazing outside instruments - we would highly recommend them.

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Melissa Quinn - Hebrew Academy for Special Children New York, USA

Love love love the instruments! Thanks for all your help during the ordering process and your kindness I loved doing business with you guys. Thanks again!

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Matt Cosgrove - Director Webster County Conservation Board Iowa, USA

Thank You! The instruments are a great addition to our playscape!

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Lions Park (Music Therapist) Søllerød, Denmark

We’ve just installed the instruments and both I and several of the staff have had fun with the residents in the new musical garden. One lady in her 70’s has moderately severe dementia,. When she was younger she would play the piano, however whenever I tried playing the piano with her during our sessions she would become frustrated and upset because she was no longer able to play ‘correctly’. However, taking her into the garden to play the pentatonic instruments which she could just play and explore, with no wrong notes, her senses were opened and music making became enjoyable again.

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