We have different sets of Quadrilla marble runs. Build and play with these clip-together sets. More accessories can be purchased to expand your sets
We have beautifully made, wind-up wooden music boxes The ferris wheel above and here’s videos of the others: The castle and car music box The Mountain and Train music box The coliseum and chariot music box The merry-go-round
Just finished making our first clock of the year, designed by us, and made in the shop. The multi-layered Forest Fox clock We’ve never found a clock that is suitable for a child that wasn’t, well, childish. A pirate ship might do them for a few years, but they will still outgrow it. What we wanted was a clock that would appeal to any age, but with enough fun for a child. We’ve be open…
Look who flew it with that last batch of rain –Jemima puddle duck A cute wooden pull-along £8 Other pull-alongs we have: Beagle Bulldog Poodle Crocodile Snail and to even it up, we also have push-alongs: Eyore Bee Dog Pig Bear
A themed set of small wooden toys intended to spark the imagination. Pictured is the farm set, but we also have: A circus set A fireman set A Knights set A princess set A safari set. Each set is £12
This tipping dumper truck has steerable front wheels, a tipping rear with swinging back. It is made in Europe from managed forests.There is not one piece of plastic on these vehicles or in their packaging! 38cm long At £68 this is toy designed to last
A puppy isn’t just for Christmas. Take this cute chap home and you’ll have a puppy you can pass down the generations. Pull him along head up, ears waving in the wind, or slowly nose to the floor following a scent, he’ll even sit up and beg. about 25cm long £18, not bad for a pedigree!
Our wands are made from hand-coppiced hazel and silver birch. Coppicing is the traditional forestry practice of cutting these short-lived trees, to encourage regrowth and as a consequence increase biodiversity of the woodland. Our wands are sourced from the award-winning Pondhead Conservation Trust based a mile from our shop. Hand-cut then walked home where they are shaped on a shave horse with a draw knife, then dried on our aga. Next walked up to the shop…