Selwood Climbing Frames offer an exciting range of wooden play equipment for children of all ages, gardens of all sizes and families with various budgets. View our range of quality wooden climbing frames here

Monkey Bar Swing Beam Combo

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A lot of our Selwood Climbing Frames feature the Monkey Bar Swing beam. This is an excellent feature to have if you’re trying to save space in your garden! What is a Monkey Bar Swing Beam Combo? Most of our Selwood Climbing Frames include the monkey bar swing beam combination or Monkey Ladder Swing Beam. This variation is ideal for …

What Does Every Climbing Frame Need?

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When choosing a climbing frame there are a number of factors to consider. Some of the most important are garden size, frame dimensions, warranty and children’s ages.  Selwood climbing frames come with a fantastic range of features and a full 10 year wood guarantee. With such a great guarantee if you plan for the children to grow into their play set …

Climbing Frames and Outdoor Toys in Suffolk

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Half term has arrived in all its glory! Finding activities to help entertain the little ones is never easy (unless you already have one of our climbing frames that is). If you live in and around the Suffolk area then the Suffolk County Show could be the answer to your prayers. It has a fantastic range of family-friendly activities and of course …

How To Make A Paper Aeroplane

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Paper Aeroplanes are a timeless classic. The skill of making these flying machines has been passed on for generations. When it’s time to show your children children how to fold and crease the sacred piece of paper into a fighter jet the design is critical. Ensure you select a design which will really light up their little faces and soar …

Offline Fun: Create a Cartoon character game

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I’m a child of the eighties. So whilst I love the technology that is around today. I’m also aware that a lot of it wasn’t present when I was younger. No mobile phones, very few games consoles (certainly not any that you didn’t have to program first to run a game) and only four television channels and none of those …