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Planters, Old Railway Line and Poundbury Gardens crowned GCA Midlands, Wales & West winners
SOLEX buzzing with activity
Zest, Hex Living, Supremo, Eco Fuego, Pit Boss and 4 Seasons Outdoor win SOLEX 2024 Awards
Yorkshire Garden Centres to join the Tillington Group
Prosper bidding farewell to Yorkshire Garden Centres
30 years of student scholarships celebrated at Ball Summer Showcase
Dobbies Garden Centres seeks new National Charity Partner
Carbon Gold announces partnership with Westland Horticulture
How English gardeners have supported regenerative agriculture
Kate Ebbens is halfway though her 366 Running Challenge
Zest's outdoor entertaining collection to feature at SOLEX
Celebrate the future of garden retail at Glee's 50th anniversary exhibition
Zest ups the game on Mind fundraising with latest walk
Business Manager needed at Grimsby Garden Centre
The Old Railway Line raises over £950 for charity
Henchman debuts first television advertisement
Gordale reopens its Golden Sands Giant Sandpit
Ark Wildlife unveils new brand identity
Moda at Autumn Fair grows fashion accessories sector
HTA and APL members impress judges and crowds at RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival
Thrive’s corporate day with Robert Dyas plants smiles all round
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HTA responds to the result of the 2024 General Election
Hort-Talk: Groups and committees at the HTA
Taking centre stage in Floral Pavilion
Using wooden boxes to great effect
Gardening sustainably better for you as well as the planet
RHS Peat-Free Garden finds permanent home
The best of last week's
Cherry Lane acquires Salhouse Garden Centre near Norwich
Kaemingk UK showroom opens - Exclusive photo tour
Coolings re-opens restored Pump Garden at Wych Cross
Hillier furthers commitment to sustainable growing
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Gordale reopens its Golden Sands Giant Sandpit


Gordale Garden & Home Centre has reopened its Golden Sands Giant Sandpit. Designed for children under 10, this expansive sandpit provides a perfect summer escape for building, digging, and experimenting.


Rain or shine, the sandpit is sheltered in the bedding plant area, ensuring fun regardless of the weather. And here’s the best part: it’s free entertainment for the entire summer!


Key Highlights:

  • Golden Sands Giant Sandpit: Open daily, the sandpit invites young adventurers to create their own beach experience.
  • Other Activities: Explore our additional offerings, including the Mini Gardeners’ Trail, where families can discover natural wonders, and our exciting Children’s Summer Activities from August 5th to 30th. Don’t miss out on the Creepy Crawly ShowMagic Show, and Superheroes events!
  • Outdoor Play Areas: Let little ones burn off energy in our two fantastic play areas.

The management team at Gordale has been caught secretly testing it out to ensure optimum building conditions. They’ve built sandcastles, played with trucks, and even had a competition to see who can create the best fort.

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