In Partnership with Cheshire Artificial Grass.

Children’s creativity is endless! They have the imagination to dream up the wackiest and most inventive ideas, and at times during our busy lifestyles, we do not always take the time to marvel at their thoughts and creations. In partnership with Cheshire Artificial Grass, we set up a Facebook competition to celebrate the inspiring minds of our children. 

Outdoor play and creative thinking are essential for child development. Our aim was to encourage children to unleash their creative skills and help get children more engaged with their garden (the place where outdoor play comes alive).  

To enter the competition, children were asked to design their dream garden and send in their artistic creations to be in with a chance to win an arts and craft set.  

We were fortunate to have so many amazing entries and every one of them deserved a prize but unfortunately, there could only be one winner. 

Although one lucky child won an arts and craft set, we did not want the other children’s artistic creations to go unnoticed! 

Here are 8 garden entries picked at random for you to enjoy:

Evelyn’s Garden 

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This garden is full to the brim with trees! We really liked how Evelyn pictured her garden filled with nature and lots of green (the greener the better)! We would like to thank Evelyn for her lovely drawing and entering the competition. 

The Lovely Garden

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This entry was by a little girl who drew a garden filled with flowers, hearts, and sunshine! We really liked the blue skies and green grass but most importantly, all the love that this garden is filled with! Thank you very much for sharing your lovely garden with us.

Grace’s Vegetable Garden 

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Grace’s garden is overflowing with all different aspects of nature. She has flowers, vegetables, fruit, animals, and a water feature. WOW, what an exciting garden to imagine. We loved how she incorporated all these elements into one beautiful artistic creation of a dream garden. Well done Grace and thank you for sharing this with us. 

Playhouse Garden