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Pleaseeeeeeee .....

 

is there anybody who knows where we can get A frames - i

have been looking evreywhere obviously not in the right places!

 

Any help would be really appreciated! :D

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Okay, daft question but what are A frames????

 

Dawn

 

 

 

Pleaseeeeeeee .....

 

is there anybody who knows where we can get A frames - i

have been looking evreywhere obviously not in the right places!

 

Any help would be really appreciated! :D

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Thanks for asking Dawn, because I'm not sure either, are they something to do with art, as in easels ? ( is that the correct spelling??)

 

Peggy

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They are climbing frames which are A shaped when viewed from the side. They have rungs up and down each side so that you can put a bench on the rung of one frame and stretch it across to a rung of the second frame to make a bridge. No idea where you get them from, we pinched ours from the school gym! xD (Actually we got permission :o )

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I have been looking to replacing our climbing frame with an A frame/2- basically its a piece of physical play kit shaped like an A/trinagly sort of thing - you can link two together with a ramp, rope bridge, you can climb up the rungs, sometimes they have foot holds on one side. You can cover them with a parachute to make a tent. I have seen them somewhere I will see if I have any of my catalogues here at home

Nikki

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im also looking for a frmaes they are an excellent resource for the children to swing and climb on, den building and much more. i have been looking through pe catologes some in their but quite expensive, i am trying to comvince my pe manager to buy them.

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Hi sorry should have explained much better

 

will have a look through the hope and galt again - but the previous manager said shes been through these and couldnt find them :o

will keep looking - have you got a reference number at all lesley?

thanks for you help xx

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Hello I purchased our A-frame from NES arnold 15 years ago and is still in good condition. I have a slide that attatches to it but mostly use it for climbing only. I also bought a plank to join it to our climbing frame. The A-frame folds easily takes up little storage space and is easy to carry.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Brian Clegg is a supplier suggested by Helen Bilton.

Company is based in Rochdale, Lancashire

They also sell really cheap art materials

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