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TinyPenguin · 03/11/2013 21:33

Any suggestions?

I have seen a set on ELC/mothercare website but deterred by review to say it's not very robust?

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SavoyCabbage · 03/11/2013 21:40

I've an ELC one from about 5 years ago. It's flat pack for want of a better word and it has pegs/holes to join it. Ours is still going strong. We have schleich animals in ours. They are a bit big but they fit.

We also have green felt to set it up in and brown felt for the pig sty. Blue velvet for the ducks and yellow fun fur stuff for a cornfield.

Queenofknickers · 03/11/2013 21:41

We had elc "flat pack" one from 9 years ago Shock and it survived 2 boys and being passed on.....

Bakingtins · 03/11/2013 21:44

John Crane one. 5 buildings that stack inside each other.

Bakingtins · 03/11/2013 21:50

Current version is called Middlebrook farm, we have an older version of this bought from eBay, been through 2 families and still going strong.
There's also a smaller one called Oldfield Farm that looks nice, but the stacking thing is genius.
Carpet samples work well as extra fields, our local shop sells them for £1.

cornflakegirl · 03/11/2013 21:58

We have Brambledale Farm. The two biggest buildings are robust because they have plastic pieces to slot the corners into. However the three smaller ones come apart really easily during play. We have superglued them which seems to be working okay. They do stack away neatly which is v useful.

stargirl1701 · 04/11/2013 18:43

Have you thought about a Tuff Spot?

There are lots of ideas on Pinterest like this:

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