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Guest terrydoo73

We have a little bit of grant left over which has to be spent in the next 3 months and I was thinking along the lines of an outdoor play equipment trolley. Does anyone have one? Is it useful enough to recommend the purchase of one if money was available? Can you recommend one? At present we work with individual baskets - one for golf, one for sand, one for water, one for planting, one for small world, one for mark making etc etc and when putting them out each day I just thought wouldn't it be better to wheel something like this out with everything on it and the children can help themselves to whatever! We have had such brilliant weather this week and our outdoor play area just looks like a bombsite with so much going on and then being left so others trip and fall over the equipment!

 

Also one of our parents when leaving in June (we are a Playgroup working term time only) gave us a donation of £50 rather than individual gifts to the employees and asked for it to be used to purchase something for the Playgroup that we could perhaps remember her by!! We obviously would like to buy something that would last and wondered if there was something you could recommend highly for indoor use by our children?? I know it is a big ask but there might be something that you could say you have which is perhaps slightly different than the normal run of the mill things. We are quite well off in terms of our resources but thought something unique might be interesting!

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Something a bit unusual that our children love is a wooden marble tree - I got it on amazon - just type in marble tree and it will come up. it was about £40 but it is a lovely piece of kit - you could even maybe get the donators name engraved on the base ?

 

Also we have just bought a 9 box outdoor trolley on wheels from GLS supplies -it has a yellow plastic frame and the top set of boxes sit on a slope, the boxes are a good size and have lids when it's wet, and the trolley is a managable weight for getting in and out of sheds .

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