Best of The Best Climbing Frames in the UK!

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Selwood believe that we stock the Best of The Best Climbing Frames in the UK! Our climbing frames are made from high quality cedar wood. We use cedar wood for our climbing frames for two main reasons: Benefits Of Cedar Wood Climbing Frames 1) It doesn’t require chemical pressure treatment with fungicide or pesticide, and it’s less prone to cracks, …

Easter Fun With Your Frame!

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The Selwood team are planning the Easter hunt and would like to share ideas with all their wonderful climbing frames, playhouse and Equine clothing customers. To plan the perfect Easter Egg hunt you will need to: Decorate the house and garden where you’re holding the party! You can decorate with lots of coloured balloons, streamers, and paper cut outs of …

Are You Struggling to – Spot The Difference ?

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We have many Selwood climbing frames and many different series! Are You Struggling to – Spot The Difference? The most common questions we get are: What is the difference between the Osborn and the Belton? The only difference between the Osborn and the Belton is the Two Child Selwood Glider. Both of these frames are part of our Olympia Series. They …

Climbing Frames for Smaller Gardens

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If you have a smaller garden that cannot fit our larger climbing frames, such as the Grand Sequoia or the Glenmore climbing Frames, we have plenty of smaller designs to suit your requirements. Featured Climbing Frames for Smaller Gardens Climbing frames for smaller gardens need to make the most of the space multiple children can play at the same time, our …

Fun With Your Climbing Frame At Easter

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To plan the perfect Easter Egg hunt you will need to: – Decorate the house and garden where you’re holding the party! You can decorate with lots of coloured balloons, streamers, and paper cut outs of Easter eggs, rabbits, and carrots! – Set up a table inside the house with coloured, but blank labels, Have coloured markers and stickers. When …

Does your child live in a closet?

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Space is an ever increasing issue when it comes to family homes. It’s not uncommon for siblings to share the same room, sometimes 3 to a room. If you’re in this situation then you’ll know about the cost associated with moving to a bigger home, or home conversions such as lofts. Of course before buying or renting your home, there …