Little Big Sports specialises in sports equipment designed specifically for children aged 12 and under.
Helping children enjoy and achieve in sports
Like many successful businesses, family-owned Little Big Sports was set up to solve a problem. Katie Malkinson launched it after her son was given a cricket bat he couldn’t lift let alone play with. The award-winning business sells items, which allow children to enjoy sport as well as develop the relevant skills without being hampered by oversized and unsuitable equipment.
A wide range
The online shop offers a host of gear and clothing for team and individual sports and athletics. You will also find table tennis tables, outdoor play apparatus, trampolines and even go karts (amongst many other things).
Little Big Sports boasts a great range of brands and caters for incremental ages and abilities. It stocks loads of specialised items for young sports pros such as age- and size-appropriate footballs, golf clubs and hockey sticks. There are also many items, such as the Mini Tennis Garden Set and the Football goal and rebound net combo, which will appeal to all the family. Also, let’s not forget about something for the long-suffering boot cleaner… Yes, I’m talking about the Boot Buddy!
Little Big Sports is kindly providing the great prize of a Strider 12″ Sport Balance Bike worth £88 for one lucky reader of The Parent Social to win.
Perfect for helping children aged between 18 months and five years learn the skills of riding a bike, the super light, award-winning Strider Balance Bike is comfy and durable. It is also fully adjustable, which means it can grow with your child.
For your chance to win, simply like this blog post and share on Facebook or Twitter (buttons below) tagging in @TheParentSocial as well as someone who might also like to win. The competition closes on March 28th at 11.59pm. The randomly selected winner will be notified on March 30th via The Parent Social Facebook page or Twitter account. *
Find out more about Little Big Sports here
* No purchase is necessary to enter. This competition is not sponsored, endorsed by or associated with Facebook or Twitter. Competition is limited to one entry per person.