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Was in B&Q in Havant today and saw a whole stack of these wooden sand pits in the clearance section for £5 reduced from £20.

Also the wooden sand & water table is £5 reduced from £30!

Had loads available, must of just put them out!

BTW, Can confirm by seeing the price on their website... Follow the link!
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realtek2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
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magpieno1#1
Super thanks!
jackiefarrell#2
Tabby Crap.
simplyjimbo[mod]#3
Blast where was this when i had to made my dog her own throne. cost me more to make one than buy this.
skellysgirl#4
trying to reserve and collect but i just keep getting an error even though its in stock
brummie02#5
woo hoo just purchased the last 2 in Swinton! one for me and one for work :) super find! thanks
emma1487#6
heat given, good deal!
tomt82 1 Like #7
Although the height is only 12cm, is there any reason you couldn't use these as raised beds in your garden/allotment??
egyptiangirl#8
tomt82
Although the height is only 12cm, is there any reason you couldn't use these as raised beds in your garden/allotment??
Just thinking the same :)
mx-3#9
Handy for your neighbours cat ...
russ1979#10
smokin hot. just reserved 6 for raised beds.... just about tall enough and the lining is a bonus
bob__b#11
Thanks, just reserved. :)
LoozR#12
cant reserve
toonarmani#13
Collect them first thing as knowing B&Q the staff will either keep them for themselves or give them to the first person who asks for one :(
Faberge#14
tomt82
Although the height is only 12cm, is there any reason you couldn't use these as raised beds in your garden/allotment??

You could buy 2 and then you have a deep raised bed failing that as long as you dig the soil underneath to a spade or two's depth, then you have a god raised bed.
Shezza 1971#15
Good for keeping the cats off the borders!
PlayPennies#16
Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog PLAYPENNIES

http://www.playpennies.com/images/thanks_playpennies.png
tfish#17
I thought about using them for raised beds but on inspection the wood is so light it wouldnt last long.

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