Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Win some fabulous sports equipment for your kids

We are a relatively sporty household here.


I’ve played amateur sport since childhood.  I was a member of a cricket club, a hockey club, played football for my school and a local boys team as well as playing golf, badminton, tennis, volleyball and trying other things like horse riding and skateboarding.

We had a giant sports cupboard in our home, it had huge double doors, and if you opened them without thought you were likely to get buried under an avalanche of sporting equipment.

I was regularly extolled the costs of all these things, and how expensive children getting into sport is, especially as they grow so quickly and regularly need replacement kit.

One other problem is sports shops tend to do kids equipment as an addition to their core activity, rather than as a speciality.

Meaning parents are often bereft of any quality advice in sports shops, and can end up buying ill-fitting equipment or gear that doesn’t last very long.  All of which makes the process even more expensive.

Which is where Little Big Sports comes in.


Little Big Sports was set up by Katie, a mother of two, who was fed up of getting duff or no advice on where to buy the right size cricket bat for her young son.

The aim of the company is simple, to enable parents to find equipment specifically designed for children under 12 years of age.

Sports covered include: cricket, hockey, athletics, badminton, tennis, swimming, golf, cycling, basketball, netball, rounders, rugby and softball.

They've also recently expanded the product range into outdoor play equipment and trampolines.

The site is easily navigated, organised by sport as well as having a search facility across all of its items.

Everything can be sorted by size and age, but you can get in contact with Little Big Sports for free in order to get specific advice for your child.

Which is what they are all about.

They also want to make the process of buying sporting equipment even cheaper for one family by giving away £50 worth of equipment here, on this blog.

All you have to do to enter is complete the simple rafflecopter below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway



Disclosure: Little Big Sports sent Max some rather snazzy cricket equipment, to kit him up for the 2015 season.

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19 comments:

Emma Whittaker said...

Would be smimming or cycling stuff as my partner and daughter love to do both together :-)

Patricia Avery said...

Something the grandchildren could use in the garden when they come to stay :)

Daniel Todd said...

Football gear

Anonymous said...

I like the rounders set
Jade H

Vera Bahounkova said...

cycling stuff

sheridarby said...

Football stuff

Kat Glynn said...

I would ut it towards the QuickPlay Kickster Combo 8' x 5' Goal and Rebound Net

chirag patel said...

cycling gear

baby hall said...

roller skates so i can join the roller derby team

Elaine Savage said...

I would put it towards a balance bike for my little grandson

emma kinsey said...

towards a bike for kids

Harriet Higgs said...

Something for my daughter to play with in her nana's garden

James said...

Tennis stuff :) maybe balls or racket

Leanne Bell said...

My daughters trampoline has just broke, so I would get a new one if possible x x

lindsay chadburn said...

would have to be cricket syuff for playingin the park this summer

tracy sinclair said...

Some cycling gear probably x

Natalie Crossan said...

Cycling gear :)

asuransi pendidikan said...

Ouders moeten begrijpen dat ze een primaire verantwoordelijkheid in de opvoeding van hun kinderen. En in het algemeen, het succes van het onderwijs van een kind wordt meestal geassocieerd met persoonlijke groei en hun ouders al dan niet een relatie, communicatie en rolmodel in het gezin.

Vandaag de dag veel ouders besluiten om een huis-geschoold onderwijssysteem geven voor hun kinderen. Maar niet alle ouders de tijd, expertise en geduld te geven aan zijn zoon onderwijs. Wilt u ook op de hoogte zijn of een kind zal ontwikkelen als een geheel, met name vanuit het oogpunt van sociale en emotionele, omdat ze alleen betrekking hebben op de ouders alleen.

asuransi pendidikan

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