Bob the Builder Dig This

Posted on April 17th, 2017

Bob the Builder has been a favourite in our home for all my boys growing up. I remember our trusted Bob the Builder dressing up outfit being passed down my boys before finally ending up in our games room for the holiday guests here to enjoy.  Day trips out always included clambering on anything Bob related for a photo. From tractors and Trains to diggers and dumpers, boys love to get involved. Whenever Farmer Nick has his Digger out on the farm, there is always a little boy desperate to watch or sit on the seat. It’s great to see a character that has stood the test of time and still as popular as ever today.  When we received our copy of the new Bob the Builder Dig This DVD there were no shortage of volunteers to test it out for me.  

kids and bob the builder

What to expect from Bob the Builder Dig This

Follow Bob on seven fun adventures as they dig the foundations for a new skyscraper in the brand new business area of Spring City. However things are never straight forward when digging, as Farmer Nick knows only too well. What will happen when Bob uncovers some ancient roman remains? Watch the new DVD to find out.

Bob the Builder DVD

So what did we think?

I think this picture speaks for itself, after a busy day out playing on the farm, Bob the Builder still holds his magic, just as he did for my own children years ago.

Kids watching Bob the Bulider

Need to know:

  • Dig this
  • Saffi’s Treehouse
  • Out of the Woods
  • Stormy weather
  • Bear Mountain
  • Bentley’s Bones
  • Home on the range

Abbey Media


G: General Viewing

U: Universal

Run time:

Aprox 77 minutes




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Win! Bob the Builder Dig This on DVD


If you have a little one who loves diggers and dumpers why not enter to win this great new DVD of a classic Children’s character. Simply follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.

Bob the Builder: Dig This DVD


We were sent our copy of the DVD for the purpose of this review, it can be found in the Coombe Mill Games room for our holiday guests to borrow.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.