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Plum Products Sand Pit Review

Even in winter The Consumer Voice kids play outdoors as the cold doesn’t stop them. They have oodles of space and of course love all toys they can use. The latest is a sandpit for our Plum Products sand pit review. We bought this as it was more expensive than others and so seemed to be of a higher quality. ...

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A Diary of Summer Events with the RHS

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is welcoming guests to a huge range of exciting talks and events at its four gardens this summer – RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey, RHS Garden Hyde Hall in Essex, RHS Garden Harlow Carr in North Yorkshire and RHS Garden Rosemoor in Devon. Highlights will include plenty of summer evenings with live entertainment, a striking ...

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Penny Skateboard Review

We’ve been playing on this all winter and now spring is here we thought it best to deliver our Penny Skateboard review

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Top Toys for Christmas 2015 (Ages 3-8)

Our top toys for Christmas 2015 is here allowing you to remove the risk of shopping online. We’ll bring you products we’ve tried and tested and that our child reviewers have loved. We want to help you make those little faces light up on Christmas morning and so we’ve only chosen those toys that will do just that. Top Toys ...

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Staying Happy and Safe in the Sun

The weather in the UK at the moment could best be described as changeable. Basically no-one knows what the weather is going to be like from one hour to the next and even the official weather reports seem rather vague. I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve sent the boys to school in full coats etc as it ...

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Squashblox Review – Toys for Children with Autism

We were very excited to try out some Squashblox. We have a reviewer with autism and a toddler so something soft, bright, colourful and creative was welcome. We haven’t been disappointed. We knew these would be popular what we had forgotten was just how vast and wide children’s imaginations are. Forget the XBox, forget the TV, hand these to any ...

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