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A Low-Cost Way Netting Can Help Keep the Kids Entertained During Lockdown

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A Low-Cost Way Netting Can Help Keep the Kids Entertained During Lockdown

If you’re running out of ideas to entertain the kids while you’re stuck in the continuing lockdown, we might have just the idea.

You see, we supply a lot of netting to children’s soft play areas around the UK. It’s one of our biggest areas of demand.

From scramble nets to rope bridges, we supply a lot of different options to keep kids entertained.

But while children’s soft play centres are closed and parents are looking for more ways to keep boredom at bay, it could be a great idea to build your own netting or rope challenge at home.

Children’s Soft Play at Home

You could build your own wooden obstacle frame, which would allow you use a variety of different nets and ropes.

Or, if you’re a little more limited for space and need something smaller, you could use a wall or strong fence by erecting a scramble net or spider net up against it for the kids to climb.

Another good option if you’re limited for space, or if you have some strong trees in your garden, is to hang one of our buoy swings.

These are simple ropes with buoys attached to the end, but they are an excellent way to keep kids of all ages entertained – and a bit fitter too.

In fact, if you have got strong trees in the garden that aren’t too far apart, you could look to build a rope bridge across them.

Your kids will be transported to a pirate ship, a secret world in the woods, or wherever their imagination might take them.

These options are all pretty easy to make and aside from the basic fixing items, all you need is the netting or rope form us.

So, netting really does make for a nice low-cost way to keep the kids entertained.

You can see just what children’s soft play options we’ve got available on our website here.

Or, as ever, you can call us on 01469 575804 or get in touch via the contact form here.

 

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