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Preschool names shine at The Licensing Awards

Host of licensees, retailers and brands honoured at Tuesday night’s ceremony.

A host of well-known preschool names and brands were honoured at The Licensing Awards earlier this week.

Tesco picked up the award for Best Retailer of Preschool Licensed Products (0-5), while Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol was named Best Preschool Licensed Property for the third year running.

Within the Product categories, Kinnerton was awarded Best Licensed Food or Drink range for its Thomas & Friends Collection, while Best Licensed Preschool Apparel Range (pictured) went to Tiny Tatty Teddy Baby Range for Primark from Paul Dennicci.

Centum Books was victorious in the Best Licensed Written, Listening or Learning Range with its PAW Patrol Treasure Cove Stories, while Best Licensed Giftware Range went to Rainbow Designs for its Classic Winnie the Pooh Collection.

Meanwhile, eOne’s Peppa Pig was named Best Classic Licensed Property.

For a full list of winners, simply click on this link.

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