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February 24, 2012 9:49 pm
Prince Carrom board
A game like air hockey, played with fingers. The wooden frame helps pieces rebound without losing momentum. £95, www.carrom.co.uk
Quoits is often seen in pubs, but this Original Royal garden set means the children can join in too. £34.99, www.jaqueslondon.co.uk
Aresson’s compact Traditional set comes complete with stumps – perfect for an impromptu game anywhere. £20.50, www.aresson.co.uk
Try the genteel precursor to 10-pin bowling with this handcrafted, hardwood Chelsea set. £149.99, www.jaqueslondon.co.uk
This digitally cut paddle-style bat is easily portable and ideal for a relaxed game of French cricket. £34, www.buysebastianbergne.com
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