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Sledge needed for snow tomorrow!

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Hi everyone I have a 2 year old who desperately wants to go on a sledge, does anyone know where I might get one in the Liverpool area tomorrow please
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Hi everyone

I have a 2 year old who desperately wants to go on a sledge, does anyone know where I might get one in the Liverpool area tomorrow please
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
most major supermarkets usually have supplies in their warehouses and bring them out during snowy weather-try your local tesco/asda
#2
tea tray
#3
Toys R Us.
#4
thanks, just ringing them now!
#5
Just blag a Nissan Micra and flip it over....they make great ones :-D
#6
Toys R us Liverpool are out of stock
Thanks
#7
StevenA2000_uk
Just blag a Nissan Micra and flip it over....they make great ones :-D



We have a corsa would that do :roll:
#8
some petrol stations sell them
#9
doyled
We have a corsa would that do :roll:


lol...okay okay...if you must have me give a serious answer then try the following links...

http://www.google.co.uk/products?hl=en&q=sled&price1=&price2=10.00&lnk=prsugg

http://www.google.co.uk/products?hl=en&q=sled&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&oi=product_result_group&resnum=5&ct=title

To be honest you'll be hard pushed to actually get out and find one tomorrow.... :)
#10
#11
Going to try sports direct tomorrow. Rang the supermarkets, no luck though
#12
My sister in law saw a small child on the news in an inflatable boat (like the ones you use in a paddling pool) so that what we are going to try! and I remember when we were at school our teachers took us for pe and we used black bin bags and had a great time. Good luck.
#13
susan ricks
My sister in law saw a small child on the news in an inflatable boat (like the ones you use in a paddling pool) so that what we are going to try! and I remember when we were at school our teachers took us for pe and we used black bin bags and had a great time. Good luck.



Great idea, Thanks- fingers crossed it will still be here in the morning

Thanks everyone for your ideas:prop:
#14
my local asda have had them a few weeks. (southampton)
#15
wilkinson in belle vale but it was a while ago, hope you get one as we've had great fun with ours tonight
#16
If all else fails, use a metal tea tray, but be careful they go like crazy.
#17
got one in our local asda today,had to ask and the guy got it from the warehouse,cost £7
#18
The Halfords I work in has them out back, ask your local store.
#19
susan ricks
My sister in law saw a small child on the news in an inflatable boat (like the ones you use in a paddling pool) so that what we are going to try! and I remember when we were at school our teachers took us for pe and we used black bin bags and had a great time. Good luck.


Bin bags were the best when we were kids, just make sure they are the thick large refuse sacks for builders rubble.
#20
We used to use old inner tubes, but alot of wheels now dont have them.
Great fun. Good luck

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