What areas do you cover?
We are based in Lincolnshire but can cover Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire and beyond… just get in touch and we can give you a quote.
What happens if it rains?
Of course on your day you will order sunshine! But if the great British weather decides not to play nicely, we encourage you to get out your wellies and umbrellas and make the most of it! After all your wedding, event or special occasion is only here for the day. We will set the games up regardless of the weather, so get outdoors and have some fun! Alternatively if you have the space, some of the games are suitable for indoor play so they could be set up inside.
Are the games manned?
No, is the easy answer, we want you to be free to play with the games as you wish, but please do take care of them. We do ask for a security deposit to be paid with your booking and any damages will be deducted from this. If of course everything is collected in good order it will be refunded back to you.
What time do you set up and collect the games?
With most bookings and venues, we set the games up the morning of the wedding or event and then collect them the very next morning. This means you get full use of the games for the entire day…! This isn’t guest entertainment for a couple of hours! They work as a great ‘gap filler’ throughout the day to prevent guests waiting around and also give you evening entertainment for those who wish for a break from the dancing.
Do all venues allow garden games?
Most venues do, but we would encourage you to ask your venue before booking with us. We can work around the requirements of the venue in most cases and we do contact them prior to bookings to iron out details. We want to make your hire with us as simple and stress free as possible.
What if we would like a game you do not have?
We are constantly expanding our range of garden games, so if there is a game you would really like, but do not see it listed on our website – give us a shout. It may be a game that is already in the pipeline or one that we can sort. It’s always worth and ask!