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nellyonline Sun 29-May-16 09:14:49

My DD aged 5 loves gardening and helping at the allotment but she has really small hands and all the children's gardening gloves for sale seem huge on her. Please can anybody recommend any really small gardening gloves.
Many thanks.

Hensintheskirting Sun 29-May-16 09:19:28

Have you got a big garden centre nearby? Notcutts or similar? They always have a kids section and will more often than not have gloves. That's where I got my son's ones.

LotsofDots Sun 29-May-16 09:22:29

I got some gruff also ones that are smaller than the usual ones, from Dobbies garden centre. They also have a decent cuff so stay on.

LotsofDots Sun 29-May-16 09:22:42

Gruffalo even!

TiredAudreyTwoShoes Sun 29-May-16 09:28:51

I saw some in Morrisons this week which may be suitable.

LetThereBeCupcakes Sun 29-May-16 09:28:55

We got some for DS in B&M last year, he's only 3 and they fit him.

nellyonline Sun 29-May-16 09:38:17

Thank you, I googled the garden centre's you suggested and there is a Dobbies an hour a way. It looks huge, so I think may go on trip with DD smile

nellyonline Sun 29-May-16 09:40:51

Tried ones in Morrison's they are really big on her, she is really dinky, still wears age 3 to 4 clothes. but thank you.

nellyonline Sun 29-May-16 09:42:34

Will try B and M too, thank you.

LotsofDots Sun 29-May-16 09:45:06

If you google gruffalo gardening gloves they come up, looks like they stick them in homebase as well, if you have one nearer, although. Trip to Dobbies is usually nice. (Have a scone in the coffee shop, they are enormous!)

LotsofDots Sun 29-May-16 09:46:23


nellyonline Sun 29-May-16 18:42:31

Thank you LotsofDots smile

Shadow1986 Sun 29-May-16 18:44:47

We got some at sainsburys the other day

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