Special offers for Nature Month

11 June 2018


Throughout the whole of June, here at Playforce, we’re focusing on the natural environment… and we’re calling it Nature Month! And it wouldn’t be one of our special months without some special offers… helping schools and settings to get outdoors and playing, with some of our most popular products!

Drawn from our popular Discovery & Grow range we’re thrilled to be able to offer you, FREE OF CHARGE, 3 x 75l bags of multipurpose compost and 2 x Gardening Kits when you purchase one of our Square Fun Grow Seating Planters OR one of our Rectangular Fun Grow Planter Beds

But it doesn’t stop there… If you buy any two of our Fun Grow Planters (codes PFDG006-A-NA, PFDG007-A-NA, PFDG008-A-NA or PFDG009-A-NA) then we’ll give you a third one ENTIRELY FREE OF CHARGE! That’s right, you’ll get three for the price of two.

These special offers will last for the whole June - that’s the whole of Nature Month


Call us on 01225 792660 or email sales@playforce.co.uk to place your order or for further information.


Don’t forget to join our campaign to help the natural environment

We think the best way to understand the natural environment is to get out there and DO MORE! That’s why we’ve partnered with DoNation to create a campaign where you can pledge to ‘do’ things, over June (and July and for longer, if you want) that will help the natural environment. This might mean switching to drinking tap water, rather than bottled… composting your food waste at home… buying only locally sourced, seasonal vegetables… even growing your own vegetables.

You can join in with our campaign (and get everyone at your school involved too) by going here. You can set up a profile and see how you’re contributing to the whole campaign.

We’re on a mission to get 100 pledges as part of this campaign… so how are you going to help? Come on… join in Nature Month!

We’ll be featuring some of the most active ‘pledgers’ and we’d love to see some photos of your activities on our Facebook page, Twitter or Instagram.

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