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02/06/2021

How to Safely Use a Trampoline

Trampolines are a great playtime favourite for most children, getting them out in the fresh air while being active and having fun, but they can pose potential safety risks if used in the wrong way. By taking the correct precautions you can ensure that playtime won’t ever come to a sudden stop. Read this blog post to find out exactly how to keep it safe for anyone using it! – – Trampoline Safety Features Whether you’re looking to get a trampoline or already have one, you should make sure that... Read More

27/05/2021

Make the Most of Your Garden Parasol

Your garden parasol will always be there to shelter you no matter if it’s raining or sunny, keeping you cool, shaded, or sheltered from drizzle. Of course, there can be some exceptions to its use (as wind and heavy rain can cause damage) but the harsher weather isn’t nice to be in – even with a shelter – so hopefully this won’t ruin your enjoyment of your garden. With these helpful tips you can make the most of your parasol, keeping it looking and working as good as new for... Read More

17/05/2021
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How to Host the Perfect BBQ Party

Lockdown is lifting more and more as the number of cases drop, meaning that if we continue to be vigilant and stay safe, we can be back to our normal sociable lives in no time. In light of the recent changes to our rules – which allow outdoor gatherings with up to 30 people – we have been thinking about how to host the perfect BBQ. Keep on reading to find out exactly what you can do to make your BBQs spectacular this summer! – – Use a Garden Shelter... Read More

11/05/2021
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Battle of the Garden Shelters

With a wide selection of garden shelters available in various shapes and sizes, you may be wondering which one to choose. While some will have clear differences, such as a parasol being perfect for outdoor seating areas, many may appear at a glance to serve the same purpose, such as a pop up gazebo and party tent. We’ll talk you through the differences to allow you to make an informed choice between the two for your next garden gathering. – – The Assembly Process The main difference between a pop... Read More

05/05/2021

Your Guide to a COVID Safe Garden Party

Now that we can have guests in our garden, we can start having small gatherings with our friends in the comfort of our own space. Coronavirus is still very much a danger so we need remain conscientious to prevent it spreading. By remaining vigilant, we can stay safe and reduce the stats even further, leading us back into our normal, sociable, and busy lives. Follow these steps to ensure your garden gatherings remain safe for you and your guests. – – Don’t Go Indoors Yet Due to the current restrictions,... Read More

21/04/2021
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Swing & Play Set Safety Tips

It’s that time of year again when the weather cheers up, the temperatures rise, and your little one’s outdoor play sets and swings come out of storage. Before you let them enjoy playtime, however, there are some safety checks you should conduct to make sure their fun won’t come to an abrupt end. Without inspecting their play equipment first for any signs of faults, your kids could be at risk of getting hurt. – – Check for Rust Over the winter months, if your child’s play set or swing set... Read More

15/04/2021

Your Garden Jobs for April 2021

This month there is plenty to sow, grow, and do in the garden. We can have friends and family in our gardens now, so making sure it is looking its best will help you to feel more relaxed and happier in your outdoor space. Here is a handy list of jobs to work on right now so that your garden can flourish throughout spring and into summer. – – Removing Weeds You may have found that weeds have been sprouting up left, right, and centre since the start of spring.... Read More

01/04/2021

Easter Holiday Activities for the Kids

This Easter school holidays, keep the kids entertained with some fun activities that will nurture their imagination and creativity. Rather than holding their attention with screens and gadgets, you can get them out in the garden and enjoying the fresh spring air. Here are some great and easy to set up activities that we think your little ones – and also you – will enjoy! We can also host one other household in our gardens, giving us even more reason to spend Easter weekend and the rest of the holidays... Read More

17/03/2021
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Get the Garden Ready for Spring

With spring just around the corner – and garden gatherings are allowed from 29th March – now is the ideal time to start planning your new 2021 garden, ready for decorating and planting when the seasons change. With some tidying, organising, and forward thinking, you could have your dream summer 2021 garden by the end of spring, ready for the family to enjoy and make the most of the good weather. – – Clear Fallen Leaves & Branches With the bad weather we’ve had over the past few months, you... Read More

15/03/2021
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Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day 2021

St. Patrick’s Day takes place next Wednesday so now would be a great time to get all the preparations arranged, leaving room for total fun on the day! It is supposed to be a dry day on the 17th, so make use of your garden for your mini St. Patrick’s party, allowing you to enjoy the fresh air with your beverage. Below are some ways you can make the most of your garden for your party. Our pop up gazebos and parasols would be ideal for any garden parties, big... Read More