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Junior Outdoor Sand Pit - Was £20 now £5 @ B&Q - plus 3.5% Quidco Reserve and Collect
Junior Outdoor Sand Pit - Was £20 now £5 @ B&Q - plus 3.5% Quidco Reserve and Collect

Junior Outdoor Sand Pit - Was £20 now £5 @ B&Q - plus 3.5% Quidco Reserve and Collect

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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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Super thanks!

Tabby Crap.

Blast where was this when i had to made my dog her own throne. cost me more to make one than buy this.

trying to reserve and collect but i just keep getting an error even though its in stock

woo hoo just purchased the last 2 in Swinton! one for me and one for work super find! thanks

heat given, good deal!

Although the height is only 12cm, is there any reason you couldn't use these as raised beds in your garden/allotment??

tomt82

Although the height is only 12cm, is there any reason you couldn't use … 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

Handy for your neighbours cat ...

smokin hot. just reserved 6 for raised beds.... just about tall enough and the lining is a bonus

Thanks, just reserved.

cant reserve

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

tomt82

Although the height is only 12cm, is there any reason you couldn't use … 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.

Good for keeping the cats off the borders!

Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog PLAYPENNIES

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I thought about using them for raised beds but on inspection the wood is so light it wouldnt last long.
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