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we have just had soft surface installed and are delighted however we want to put our existing climbing frame on top which was bolted into breeze blocks under the woodchips however we dont know how we are going to fix it to the ground now as the soft playground surface was poured on to earth can anyone help?or any advise? have asked the guys who put it down but they didnt know!

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Sorry, we have soft surfacing but our climbing frame is very steady when on it so doesnt need fixing, surface was supplied to for height of frame.

 

msut say it has been so good to use it outside everyday and not have to constantly clear up after the bark.

 

Inge

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From my (admittedly limited) understanding, in this case I believe Carol's husband is referring to the long 'things' driven into the ground to provide stability, such as those used to stabilise some drilling rigs. - Carol??

 

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Hi We also have a large soft surface which we try to use as creatively as possible although it doea tend to be mostly physical. We decided agaist fixed equipemnet as that would then limit felxibility. We use our climbing frame (square wooden with a slide) just positioned on top although it is always supervised.

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