The spaces where we played are lost to today's children

The spaces where we played are lost to today's children
 

Children playing on a bombsite in London in 1954. Today's children spend most of their time indoors. Photograph: Thurston Hopkins/Getty Images Do you ever feel like you are living in a dystopian novel by JG Ballard? I know that I do. Take last Monday, when I found myself at Marseille airport, the interview I'd been doing having finished too late for me to fly home. I'd had the foresight to book a room in a hotel that I would be able to reach by means of a handy 24-hour shuttle bus but on the night I was suddenly reluctant to take advantage of this particular "courtesy". For one... read more

 
27 October 2013 in Health, Views: 33
Source: Guardian
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