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There’s still time to register for this year’s Independent Toy and Gift Show

With a mere six days to go until it and its magnificent lunch menu returns, it is still not too late to register for this year’s Independent Toy and Gift Show, taking place on Monday, April 29th and Tuesday, April 30th.

The show’s organisers have once again made every effort to ‘make the buying experience as pleasurable as possible,’ with free registration, parking and refreshments.

Hosted by plaY-room, the toy division of AIS Ltd, “only the best trade suppliers are invited to exhibit and all 30 of the top companies by turnover with the buying group will be present.”

All 84 exhibitors are ready to meet with buyers and are prepared with exclusive trade deals available to all our visitors. On arrival each buyer will be given a booklet containing single product offers.

“With such a wonderful facility as Cranmore Park Exhibition Centre at their disposal, the organisers are proud to welcome independent toy buyers to their show,” said the group.

The venue is situated only 5 minutes off Junction 4 of the M42 .

This year’s theme will be jigsaws and puzzles so come and join Gibsons in their 100 year celebrations, have your picture taken in a giant life size Wasgij puzzle, celebrate the best of British with Ravensburger or play the ‘Number Street Game’ on the Orchard Toys stand with the chance to win free Number Street Jigsaws.

To save time on show days simply register here for your entrance badge www.independenttoyandgift.co.uk/register-now

Once registered you are entitled to free parking, a complimentary lunch and access to the One Hit Wonders booklet featuring offers only available at this show.

The show runs from 9am – 5pm – Monday 29th & Tuesday 30th April – Cranmore Park, B90 4LF

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