Archive | March, 2018

Log Tunnel Photos

Oak log tunnels!

A few photos that really show the inside surface texture of the oak tunnels.

These can be left as natural oak or oiled with a plant based oil.

Natural play, park, playground, equipment

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Den Building Tipi

We recently installed this den building tipi within a larger den building area. There are several small goal post frames for the children to balance poles and planks to form all manner of dens and constructions.

The tipi has been supplied with 100 oak pegs and loads of planks so the children can build walls around the sides as they wish. Combining the tipi with constructions off the smaller frames the children can create some great dens.

The area also includes a safe storage area for all the planks, poles and pegs as well as two large canvas sheets for use in wet weather. Ill get some more photos of the area in use when I next go down to Sussex.

The last of these photos is of the tipi under construction in our yard, like this it would make a great climbing frame!

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den building, Fishbourne, Chichester, playground

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Oak Playground Seats

We have been commissioned to make some oak playground seats from large blocks of oak.

The tops are carved and the whole block sanded and charred to give a striking effect, Ill post some photos of the seats in place as soon as I get some.

Playground, seating, bench, equipment

Oak seat, seating, bench, playground, park

Oak seats, seating, park, playground

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Stoke Hill Water Play Area

We have just returned form a trip to Exeter to install the wet pour surfacing in the Stoke Hill water play area.

The stainless steel basins and channels will be ready soon so the system should be up and running in time for some lovely spring weather next month.

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Water play, stoke hill, stream

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