The play area has a sunken sand pit constructed with new sleepers, together with a play house and ‘mushroom’ table. The whole area is mulched with a thick layer of play bark to protect little hands and knees against falls.

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boat play sand box. just needs a removable lid on the sand box area so the pets don't use it as a litter box when not in use...

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GAP Photos - Garden & Plant Picture Library - Colourful painted fencing in children's garden - 'The Centrepoint Garden', Hampton Court 2007 - GAP Photos - Specialising in horticultural photography

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A sandpit is a great way to get children to play outside on warm summer days, allowing them to dig, sift and build. Encouraging the kids to play and interact with sand can unleash a world of imagination, while keeping them amused for hours - it’s also very easy to build and can be done in an afternoon. With some sleepers, sand and basic tools from Wickes, plus this helpful step-by-step guide, you can create a fun back garden space for your little ones. Now all you need is a bucket and spade!

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