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Petanque Alsace Garden Game
£27.99
Petanque Alsace Garden Game
A set of petanque boules in a stylish carry box. Pétanque is a form of boules where the goal is, while standing inside a starting circle with both feet on the ground, to throw hollow metal balls as close as possible to a small wooden ball called a cochonnet (literally piglet) or jack. It is also sometimes called a bouchon (literally cork) or le petit (the small one). The game is normally played on hard dirt or gravel, but can also be played on grass, sand or other surfaces. Similar games are bocce and bowls. Set includes: 6 petanque balls (3 black, 3 chromed), aluminium storage case, jack, measuring tape and multilingual rules included.
John Lewis
Kubb Pro.
£65.99
Kubb Pro.
Kubb Pro garden game set. Made from over lacquered rubber wood. Made to competition size. Over lacquered plantation rubber wood, both environmentally friendly and hard wearing. Made to competition size. Kit includes 1 red crowned king, 6 throwing sticks, 10 knights, 4 area markers, storage bag and multi language instruction booklet. For outdoor use only. Folds for storage. Size H30, W9, D9cm. Weight 8.5kg. Fully assembled. For ages 8 years and over. 2 year manufacturers guarantee. WARNING(S): Not suitable for children under 3 years old. Only for domestic use.
Argos
Kubb Original Red King Game
£45.99
Kubb Original Red King Game
Kubb is a classic Viking game that has been played for over 1000 years and is sometimes referred to as Viking chess. The object of Kubb is to knock over wooden blocks by throwing wooden sticks at them. Made from rubber wood, this game includes, 1 King with red crown (30x7cm), 6 throwing sticks (30x4cm), 10 Knights (15x6cm), 4 area markers, 1 cotton bag with handles, rules and instructions.   The perfect lawn game for summer entertaining and lazy evenings.
John Lewis