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Harvesting the best of Chelsea

One way to keep children entertained through the long summer break is to invest in an outdoors playhouse, the kind stout enough to give shelter in wet weather, protection from the sun and be a drier alternative to a tent on burned-sausages-by-the-cam

4th June, 2005

One way to keep children entertained through the long summer break is to invest in an outdoors playhouse, the kind stout enough to give shelter in wet weather, protection from the sun and be a drier alternative to a tent on burned-sausages-by-the-campfire sleepovers.

There were plenty of attractive and ingenious examples at the Chelsea Flower Show. My favourite was a design that managed to evoke both Enid Blyton and the Wild West - a bow-top...

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