We at Flights of Fantasy are dedicated to producing the highest quality children’s play equipment in the world. If you have a fantasy, we can bring it to life and specialise in luxury, themed creations. We have exported our play apparatus all over the world and rather than talking ourselves up, we believe that photos of our past creations speak louder than hollow words. Clicking any images on this site will allow you to see what we can and have done, while the menu allows you to navigate easily. If you have any questions or would like to discuss a potential project, please do not hesitate to contact us. If you want to know if we can build something, we can tell you in advance that yes we can!

Quality, Service & Safety

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Finest Quality

With the finest design and materials, handmade to any specification, our play equipment is truly unique. From the smallest furniture to ornate playhouses and play areas, our founder and designer, Russell Bowlby, will help you to turn any idea into reality.

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Full Service

With full planning, international delivery and on-site installation, we take care of everything. Our service doesn’t end there either as we also provide comprehensive aftercare, such as maintenance and relocation. You won’t need to worry about a thing.

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Safety in Design

As RoSPA members we consider the safety and suitability of our play equipment with the utmost importance. Intelligent design and uncompromising safety standards ensure that that all of our creations are as safe as they are fun.

 
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Past Creations

If you can dream it, we can build it.
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News

Current projects and goings on
Iceland trip

The worry of being a parent

Further to our recent post showing the four boys preparing to walk across Iceland (www.greatbigscaryworld.com) how is it I wonder, that my travelling sons…