Selwood Products

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Selwood Products have been distributing our climbing frames globally since 2004, and are now established in the UK, Europe, and Australasia (Australia & New Zealand). Our products have proved popular in every country we have sold in, as customers appreciate the quality materials and excellent value. With our wooden play equipment our stringent safety standards and easy to assemble home-build climbing frames and playhouses make them some of the most popular items available. Our range of equestrian clothing and accessories have been widely acclaimed as market leading in style, safety and comfort. Our quality Yardistry garden screens, structures, fences and accents have been included in new garden designs, and complimenting established gardens around the globe.

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Who says you need to stay in the warm during Winter!? Wrap up warm and have fun outdoors. Here are some great winter games for all of the Family. Pin the Nose on the Snowman Everyone can get together and make a Snowman. You will need to create three snow balls. One small, one medium and one large. Put these on top of each other with the bigger ball at . . .

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Christmas 2014 – Top 10 Climbing Frames

Here is a break down of the Top 10 best selling Climbing Frames for Christmas 2014 : 10 – Rendle Fort Climbing Frame The Rendle fort was ranked at number 10. This Rendle Fort climbing frame is one of our climbing frames from the fantastic OLYMPIA play systems. This one of our smallest space saver sets and due to its compact layout it is perfect for those with limited space . . .

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Climbing Frames – Not Just for Summer!

When it is cold, wet & snowy don’t just leave your climbing frame to collect the snow, play on it! There are so many things you can do with your climbing frame in the snow! Let your children put their ‘snow suits/outfits’ on and get them to slide down the snowy/wet slide! Let them lie down and see who can make the best snow angles all around the climbing frame, . . .

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Cosy Wooden Playhouse

A cosy, perfect Playhouse

There are few things that I love more than being cosy and warm when it is freezing. As the weather is getting more chilly, it dawned on me that there are possibly fewer opportunities for children to want to be outside and playing in their playhouses. There really is no need for this. Just because it’s cold, it shouldn’t mean that children don’t get to breathe in the fresh air . . .

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Bringing your garden into playhouse play

Continuing on our playdough theme, and knowing how much many children love growing things, had you thought about using plants from your garden in playdough? I am not particularly thinking about your favourite rose bush, (although using rose petals in play does smell amazing!) but more sensory plants, such as those that can be eaten and smell divine. Some of you may already have these plants in your garden. If . . .

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Playhouse playdough ideas

For those of you who have one of our playhouses in their garden for their children, do you ever get stuck for ideas as what they can play with in their playhouse? I imagine that some children may have a table and chairs or perhaps a toy kitchen area. If so, do you provide them with anything to “cook” with? I frequently hear parents who know that their children love . . .

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Day House farm

Holly Woodhead Kicks Off 2015 Season At New Yard

21 year old event rider, Holly Woodhead is up and running ahead of the 2015 eventing season, which begins in two weeks time. Last week Holly made the move to her new base, just outside of Swindon at Day House Farm. After spending two years in the Wiltshire area, having been based at Badgerstown alongside Tom McEwen and Mark Todd, before moving to Jackie green’s yard in Marlborough, she has . . .

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Hartpury student Jessica Dutton prepares for the 2015 show season

Team Selwood’s showing member Jessica Dutton has been busy with her studies at Hartpury college but has also been preparing for the upcoming showing season. A few weeks ago Ole and Jess had their first competition of the year and as the showing season has not yet begun it was a dressage outing for the pair. Jess told us “We entered the elementary dressage at Hartpury College. It was great . . .

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Show jumper Ella Ashford has a successful show at Topthorn

Last weekend Team Selwood junior show jumper Ella Ashford took her novice 148 ride ‘Mirahs Pride’ to his second show at Topthorn Arena. Topthorn is a great local venue for Ella, it has fully equipped purpose built indoor and outdoor arenas with great surfaces as well as a shop and cafe to match! Ella updated us vuia email and said…”In his first class he took everything in really well and . . .

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We Promise To Go The Extra Mile

From Design To Delivery When it comes to finding you your perfect climbing frame, Climbing Frames UK are with you through every step of the process. We’re here to help, assist and advise you, from browsing online, chosing the right features, right through to the delivery and build of your playset. Available for you, when you need us We’re experts in climbing frames and playsets – It’s what we know, . . .

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Selwood Are Expanding Their Retail Partners are looking to expand their retail partners in 2014 in its play, equine, and garden structure divisions. If you’d like to find out more about becoming a dealer, retailer, or partner of our brand – we want to hear from you! We’re happy to work with multinational retailers, independent retailers and online companies. The Selwood brand has full faith in their products, as do our current retailers and extensive . . .

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Yardistry Display Site at The Brentwood Garden Centre

To understand the flexibility and ease of building with Yardistry is to visit our display site at the Brentwood Garden Centre, Essex, which is located on the A1023 just off Junction 28 of the M25. Yardistry Product Display Here you can see a variety of Yardistry Structures, fencing ,screens and garden elements set amongst the flowers and plants of the garden centre. You can feel the quality of the wood . . .

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