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Could anyone recommend a good double swing for the garden please?
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Growlithe · 15/06/2013 08:19

We want to get DD2 a swing for her 5th birthday. We'd like to get a double one so DD2 (nearly 10) won't get left out.

We'd ideally like a fairly compact one as the garden isn't massive and has a couple of awkwardly placed trees we would like to keep. So the space we are playing with is 8 to 9 foot, and we'd like to avoid the supports taking up the whole area.

Anyone got anything similar they could recommend?

TIA

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Alwayscheerful · 15/06/2013 08:31

In my experience children only ever play on swings in other people's gardens. I would not buy swings or play equipment unless my garden was huge.

You mention trees, are they big enough for a tyre on a rope of a swing on a rope?

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Growlithe · 15/06/2013 08:39

I was worried about that a bit too Always, but it's the only thing she's ever asked for!

The trees are mature, but only small fruit trees, otherwise that would have been a great idea.

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Growlithe · 15/06/2013 11:36

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Wildwaterfalls · 27/06/2013 16:02

Can't comment on quality yet as it has not been built yet, but we just ordered one from a company called Just outdoor toys.

They provide the swing kit and either a build it yourself frame, or they recommend someone to come and build a hopefully kind of tasteful wooden frame in your garden.

You can also get them from Argos I think though!

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