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  1. Regular Price: £25.99

    Special Price £23.39

    Tomy is a Japanese company, established in 1924. For over 80 years Tomy toys have delighted children and their parents around the world. Their range comprises of nursery essentials, as well as toys for older children. The Tomy brand has become synonymous with quality, play value, and innovation all wrapped up in fun. Learn More
  2. Regular Price: £24.99

    Special Price £22.49

    UK Company Rainbow Designs was established in 1971 and specialises in manufacturing high quality licenced soft toys and children's gifts. The range of characters selected is predominately based on book properties that are celebrated in nurseries and schools and hence provide addition learning and play value opportunities. In addition the collection offers a wide ranging age appeal and often nostalgic qualities that are heightened by TV appearances and movie releases. Learn More
  3. Regular Price: £24.99

    Special Price £22.49

    UK Company Rainbow Designs was established in 1971 and specialises in manufacturing high quality licenced soft toys and children's gifts. The range of characters selected is predominately based on book properties that are celebrated in nurseries and schools and hence provide addition learning and play value opportunities. In addition the collection offers a wide ranging age appeal and often nostalgic qualities that are heightened by TV appearances and movie releases. Learn More
  4. Regular Price: £49.99

    Special Price £44.99

    Husband and wife team, Victor and Rita Bertrand, started the Canadian toy company in 1967 as Ritvik Toys and its most popular line soon became its construction plastic brick toys now known as Mega Bloks. The Company remained under the same family’s ownership until Mattel acquired it in 2014. The blocks that snap together, compared to Lego, provide for a larger age group with ranges developed to be specifically appropriate from an age of 1year and are comparably more affordable. The construction toys are marketed for unisex use and offer themes developed specifically for each gender as well as having a licenced range including the Minions, Thomas and Friends and CAT Learn More
  5. Regular Price: £39.99

    Special Price £35.99

    Husband and wife team, Victor and Rita Bertrand, started the Canadian toy company in 1967 as Ritvik Toys and its most popular line soon became its construction plastic brick toys now known as Mega Bloks. The Company remained under the same family’s ownership until Mattel acquired it in 2014. The blocks that snap together, compared to Lego, provide for a larger age group with ranges developed to be specifically appropriate from an age of 1year and are comparably more affordable. The construction toys are marketed for unisex use and offer themes developed specifically for each gender as well as having a licenced range including the Minions, Thomas and Friends and CAT Learn More
  6. Regular Price: £19.99

    Special Price £17.99

    Husband and wife team, Victor and Rita Bertrand, started the Canadian toy company in 1967 as Ritvik Toys and its most popular line soon became its construction plastic brick toys now known as Mega Bloks. The Company remained under the same family’s ownership until Mattel acquired it in 2014. The blocks that snap together, compared to Lego, provide for a larger age group with ranges developed to be specifically appropriate from an age of 1year and are comparably more affordable. The construction toys are marketed for unisex use and offer themes developed specifically for each gender as well as having a licenced range including the Minions, Thomas and Friends and CAT Learn More
  7. Regular Price: £34.99

    Special Price £31.49

    Husband and wife team, Victor and Rita Bertrand, started the Canadian toy company in 1967 as Ritvik Toys and its most popular line soon became its construction plastic brick toys now known as Mega Bloks. The Company remained under the same family’s ownership until Mattel acquired it in 2014. The blocks that snap together, compared to Lego, provide for a larger age group with ranges developed to be specifically appropriate from an age of 1year and are comparably more affordable. The construction toys are marketed for unisex use and offer themes developed specifically for each gender as well as having a licenced range including the Minions, Thomas and Friends and CAT Learn More
  8. Regular Price: £34.99

    Special Price £31.49

    Husband and wife team, Victor and Rita Bertrand, started the Canadian toy company in 1967 as Ritvik Toys and its most popular line soon became its construction plastic brick toys now known as Mega Bloks. The Company remained under the same family’s ownership until Mattel acquired it in 2014. The blocks that snap together, compared to Lego, provide for a larger age group with ranges developed to be specifically appropriate from an age of 1year and are comparably more affordable. The construction toys are marketed for unisex use and offer themes developed specifically for each gender as well as having a licenced range including the Minions, Thomas and Friends and CAT Learn More
  9. Regular Price: £39.99

    Special Price £35.99

    Husband and wife team, Victor and Rita Bertrand, started the Canadian toy company in 1967 as Ritvik Toys and its most popular line soon became its construction plastic brick toys now known as Mega Bloks. The Company remained under the same family’s ownership until Mattel acquired it in 2014. The blocks that snap together, compared to Lego, provide for a larger age group with ranges developed to be specifically appropriate from an age of 1year and are comparably more affordable. The construction toys are marketed for unisex use and offer themes developed specifically for each gender as well as having a licenced range including the Minions, Thomas and Friends and CAT Learn More
  10. Regular Price: £56.99

    Special Price £51.29

    Since its creation, the Company has produced approximately 5,000 different toys. It started with wooden toys in the 1930s and progressed to plastic toys in the 1950s when the advantages of durability and ability to produce brighter coloured, detailed toys became apparent. The last decade has seen an increase in the toys incorporating electronic parts producing moving toys and pre-school gadgets such as phones and tablets. Throughout, its toys have maintained their whimsical nature, aimed to fascinate, develop, enrich and stimulate a child's imagination. Learn More

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