Hundreds of London's youngsters are planning a mass toddle in protest at spending cuts which threaten the future of the capital's adventure playgrounds.
Borough councils in the Greater London area say playgrounds will have to close if no Government money is forthcoming to help maintain them. Cuts in council funding are expected to be swingeing as the Coalition Government implements its deficit-cutting plans.
But they were not expecting the level of anger over the measures and now face serious protest by the playgrounds' users.
Spokesman for the Kiddiwinks' Solidarity Front, Benjy Rompers, aged three-and-three-quarters, said: "Phwoooop! I'm having a party on my birthday and mummy says I can have a big train. Pllllpppppp!
"Daddy says the Pry Mincer is a knob! Mummy says 'don't say that Roger.'Ha... daddy's rude. Knob knob knob knob! Ha ha haha.
"Can we go to the playground now? Mummy?"