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King Charles' Sandringham playground for Prince George and Co. is epic in new video

His Majesty's Norfolk home Sandringham House has a beautiful kids' playpark


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Rachel Avery
Homes Editor
11 April 2023
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King Charles III has taken on his late mother's role as the head of the monarchy, but away from his royal duties he is a doting father and grandfather. His Majesty's Norfolk home Sandringham House has the most amazing children's playpark that's a world of fun for the grandkids Prince GeorgePrincess Charlotte. and Prince Louis.

Over the Easter weekend, the playground was overrun with excited children enjoying the incredible creation, and a new video shared by the Sandringham Estate's official Instagram feed shows just how epic it is.

The team reshared a sweet clip from @norfolkplayparks, which fully demonstrated the educational fun the park provides. A little one dressed in summer gear ran onto the playground, getting stuck into all of its features. 

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As well as climbing apparatus, a slide and a zipwire, there is a water play centre and a music station – for kids to play and learn at the same time.

The water tower has been based on a Victorian building which was installed in 1877 to improve the quality of water to Sandringham House.

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The playground at Sandringham is a hit with kids

Creating Adventurous Spaces Ltd was commissioned to curate the space, and described the tower as "a ground-breaking new play feature fit for the Sandringham Estate".

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In a later phase, further additions will be made, based on other royal landmarks such as Queen Alexandra's Nest, a summerhouse built in 1913 on the rockery overlooking the lake on the estate as well as the Grade II-listed St Mary Magdalene Church, where the royal family usually go on Christmas Day.

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Charles is overhauling the garden

Elsewhere on the Sandringham Estate, big changes are underway as King Charles has brought in the diggers to completely overhaul the garden.

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Last month, an update came, reading: "Progress in the Garden. The West Lawn redevelopment project now has many of the Yew trees and metal edging for the new beds laid out so the symmetrical areas can really be seen starting to take shape. Next steps are to add in the herbaceous plants in the coming weeks." We can’t wait to see it when the project is complete!

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