Monthly Archives: December 2015
Choose from a huge range of garden games, from timeless classics to games for all ages. Get out and make the most of the garden with these fun, challenging and adventurous garden games that the whole family can enjoy.
Big on size and big on fun, giant Jenga is eight times the size of the classic Jenga game. Build the tower then r
If you have a garden shed, some energetic children and a little bit of free time, then you have all the ingredients you need to create a magical extravaganza this Christmas – by making your very own Santa’s Grotto.
It’s simple to do. Some Christmas lights, tinsel and a seat for Father Christmas are the basic components of a Christmas Grotto. It will be great fun for the children to help you decorate Santa’s seat and come up with ideas about how to arrange things. The only hard work involved is giving your shed a good tidy up – and you’ve been meaning to do that for ages anyway.
Why you should turn your shed into a Christmas Grotto
Making a Grotto is a great way of having fun with young children who still have an infectious enthusiasm about Christmas. Everyone can get involved in decorating the Grotto to make it an enticing place for Santa Claus to pop by.
Looking for some gift inspiration for the gardening fanatic in your life? Treat your green-fingered friend or loved one to a special gift – from gifts to help them get organised in the garden, to garden decorations and accessories to add that special touch to their outdoor living area. Browse the list below for some gift-giving ideas.
A smart looking potting bench that can help them keep the garden organised with those messy replanting jobs. Incorporating a lower shelf useful for storage, as well as an upper working area to help save their back as they pot plants. Crafted from smooth planed pressure-treated timber, the bench comes flat packed with easy-to-assemble instructions.