Toy Review: Weebledown Farm

15th January 2015
On our return home from Chunk’s heart surgery yesterday, it was great to see a large parcel waiting for him to open!

Chunk has had quite a week already as I’m sure you can imagine, so it was lovely to see a huge smile on his face when he opened it and found this Weebledown Farm Mill and Barn playset.

weebledown farm mill and barn playset
Weebledown Farm Mill and Barn

The farm came with one Weeble (a sheep) and Chunk enjoyed pushing down the milk churn and watching it cause the windmill sails to spin fast, and the sheep to jump onto the slide.

Due to the Weebles having heavier bottom halves, they can slide really fast and remain upright and Chunk found this hilarious!

Once the sheep was at the bottom of the slide it then wobbled onto the spinning millstone roundabout. There is also a a little spinning rooftop which is designed for another Weeble character (Rusty the Rooster) to go.

The other Weebles that can be collected to go with this set also come with a fencing base which can connect with other Weeble’s bases and to the playset. There’s also three pull-along vehicles (Hay Bales, Wool Sacks and Milk Churn) which connect to a red Wobbily Tractor.

The farm has been well built in my opinion, because it’s chunky rather than flimsy, which is vital when Chunk uses them as he’s very heavy handed! I love that things and characters can be added to it, as he is much less likely to get bored of this toy and he will get good usage out of it.

I look forward to getting some of these additional bits for Chunk’s upcoming third birthday!

I was sent this playset to test in order to complete this review. No payment was received and all opinions are honest and my own. 

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  • Jayne

    21st January 2015 at 11:52 am

    This looks like great fun, thanks for the review.

  • Kayleigh Watkins

    23rd January 2015 at 12:39 pm

    was looking at this for my two year old daughter, will have to get it for her xxxx

  • mummy24

    2nd February 2015 at 1:10 pm

    Looks like lots of fun – thanks for the post!


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