Pound Road Trading join the Playhouse Challenge

With more than 30 years' experience in designing and building playhouses for children and their families, Pound Road Trading is excited to be involved in this year's Playhouse Challenge.

Pound Road Trading started after director Phillip Fisher decided to move away from selling playhouses to one retailer and offer them to a wider market. 

Inspiration for the company's name was drawn from its location in Yaldhurst, on the corner of Pound Road and Buchanans Road. Phillip says the difference between Pound Road’s playhouses and many other playhouses is the ease with which they can be erected and installed. All Pound Road Trading playhouses come flat packed and can be shipped nationwide.

"All of our playhouses are unique with a lot of attention to detail and children love them. They are great quality, and creative," Phillip says. 

Phillip found out about the Playhouse Challenge through a friend and instantly knew he wanted to be a part of it. "It's not only great for us but it's going to a great cause. It's a win-win really". He says he is delighted to know one of Pound Road’s playhouses will be at this year’s Star Home and Leisure Show and can't wait to show everyone the “winning” design. 

Proceeds from the auction of the playhouses will be shared between Birthright Canterbury and the Tenants Protection Association (TPA) to support their ongoing work in the community.

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