Ever wondered which toys to pack to keep them happy on a journey or on holiday? Ever wanted a toy that was ethically produced and safe for tots, something to encourage imagination, something well built it will last as a keepsake to pass on? Shelley, from Roobub and Custard has found the answer in this gorgeous Play Farm.
When Shelley popped in to see me on holiday with her lovely family and offered me one of these gorgeous sets for the farm I couldn’t have been more delighted. What a perfect fit with our farm holidays! The whole set zips up for carrying then unzips for play; built in pens fold down for the animals and the farmer sits nicely astride his tractor. The stitching is beautifully robust really feels like a product that will last. If you are holidaying with us the play farm can be found in our reception shop to borrow.
All the toys and room accessories over at Roobub & Custard are ethically sourced with organic, sustainable craftsmanship common to all listings. Shelley is a Mum herself and seeks out original designers, many of whom are also Mums, with something different to offer. This farm for instance is handmade for by Oskar&Ellen, a Mum of two, by women in carefully checked sewing studios in the Philippines.
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“Tales from the farmers wife” shares the funny and interesting happenings on our lovely holiday farm with Farmer Nick and our 6 children. A behind the scenes look on balancing family, farming, the holiday business and cooking for all.