Garden is in complete mess

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Hi my garden has slope and there is no where to play for the kids. So I decided to sort it out. I am building a wall (not the trump wall!) and this would allow me to have garden at two different levels. I will fill one side of the wall with something (any advice welcome).

It has taken me 3 moths to dig and today finally I got the concrete poured in for foundations. I am thinking of using blocks to build the wall which is ~1m from foundation. Are the dense concrete blocks best option?

thank you for your help.
Jed
 

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How is having a wall (rather than a slope) better for small children or better in any case?

We used red class b engineers for this retainer backed up with 7n dense solid 100mm blocks. We used a solid red header (laid flat) on top.
 
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