Cosy Wooden Playhouse

A cosy, perfect Playhouse

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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 wooden playhouses. There really is no need for this. Just because it’s cold, it shouldn’t …

Climbing Frame Gallery Review Winner

Neil Everett Climbing Frames, News 0 Comments

We recently launched a ‘climbing frame gallery‘ promotion for our valued customers, where those who entered a product image with their review were entered into a draw to win the purchase price of their play equipment back. We had hundreds of entries, with the vast majority of people ecstatic with the quality, easy of build and fun factor of their …

Bonkers Conkers Craft

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Yesterday I shared a great conker activity that is more suitable for younger children. So, today I have a really cute activity that is great for older children. Again, this activity is so simple and all you require is conkers, newspaper, different colours of nail varnish, any crafty bits such as goggly eyes and pipe cleaners. And a steady hand!A …

Bonkers Conkers Rolling

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Did anyone take advantage of the glorious weather this weekend and go for a nature walk? If you did, I am sure you have possibly come back with loads of conkers that you need to do something with! Well.. Look no further as I have some ideas for you! As per usual, I have a great messy idea for you…. …

Bonkers Conkers

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When your children are not out playing on their Selwood climbing frame they can always enjoy a classic game of conkers. The ancient game of conkers has made a comeback, after being banned from many school playgrounds several years ago, when it was perceived as being dangerous. Is this Health and Safety gone mad? Not everyone agreed. A Headteacher in …

Autumn leaf catcher

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For some reason, most people I know seem to have a roll of sticky back plastic at the back of a cupboard. Why is that? Mine is probably about 25 years old from when I had to cover my books at school. Miraculously it is still sticky! Yesterday, I talked about going on an Autumny walk with the kids and …

Most Popular Garden Play Equipment

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Nearly every parent (Or even grandparents and family members) have some sort of play equipment in their garden. Whether it be from bikes and scooters to Swings and Climbing Frames. Here is the most popular garden play equipment designed by Selwood: Swings: If you look into peoples gardens as you drive past, a lot of people have swings! This is …

Year six students to become the new food police?

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Should school children be given the responsibility to judge another child’s packed lunch? Or should this role lay with adults alone? Latest plans a foot for school children in Hull include allowing pupils in year six to judge whether younger children’s packed lunches are healthy or not? The school in question has handed this role over to their ten year …