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recommendations for a play house

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ninja · 08/11/2004 22:02

I'd like to get my 18 month old dd a playhouse for christmas as every time she sees one she loves it (also think it might be a convenient way of organising some of her toys outside!)

Any recommendations, is it worth paying the extra for the wooden ones? will a plastic one be outgrown in months.

Any advice or experiences welcome, Thanks

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Anteater · 08/11/2004 22:38

type playhouses into Archived Messages, 4 or 5 old threads. This is the off season for playhouses so barter!!

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JulieF · 08/11/2004 22:42

Staffordshire Garden Furniture do great wooden playhouses. They are often to be found at shows/markets displaying their tables and chairs. The prices are very reasonable. I'll try and find their website.

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maddiemo · 08/11/2004 22:43

My children have had the same wooden playhouse in the garden for 7 years. It cost quite alot of money back then, but I know you can get a wider range more cheaply now.
It has been worth every penny, although I do have four children so it has got a lot of use. We have an ELC play kitchen inside, which my three year old plays with. The older children use it as a den.

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nikkim · 08/11/2004 23:14

We have a fab playhouse in our garden that was here when we moved in, it is from B&Q and I don't think it was very expensive.

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