LIDL has launched its garden range just in time for summer – and it's sure to keep the little ones occupied.
Prices on the summer range from Lidl start at just £2.99 and include a number of must-haves.
Children who love a family BBQ will be able to host their own with Lidl's Kids' Toy BBQ Set.
At £19.99, it comes with toy burgers, vegetables, salt, pepper and even steak.
The set, which also includes all the tools to prep your faux food, is sure to impress at the next playdate.
And so the kids can really do like the adults do, they can enjoy their fake feasts from the comfort of a Kids' Garden Swing Seat, which costs £44.99.
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And shoppers can bring the beach back to their own garden too, with the Shell Sand Pit and Paddling Pool (£7.99) – which you can fill with its Rainbow Play Sand (£2.99 for 15kg).
The full range includes:
- Kids' swing seat – £44.99
- Water play set – £19.99
- Shell sand pit paddling pool – £7.99
- Toy BBQ – £19.99
- 15kg play sand – £2.99
- Pull string flyer or speed roller – £9.99
- Table tennis set – £9.99
- 7-in-1 garden games set – £14.99
- Character ball – £2.99
- Playtive construction vehicle – £9.99
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Lidl's garden toy range launches in stores nationwide from Sunday, May 15.
But if you can't wait until then, you could always shop around elsewhere to find what you need.
It's worth doing that anyway – as you might be able to find a better deal.
Asda has a two-seater garden swing seat for kids in a snazzy jungle design, for example.
It costs £49 but you can get it delivered free, if you don't fancy heading out at least.
Elsewhere, Aldi is selling a giant inflatable waterslide that kids will love.
Lidl is known for its bargain price and middle aisle offers – we have previously looked at five items to always buy at the store, and the ones to avoid.
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