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Toymaster members reveal new website delights

As lockdown continues, independent toy retailers are driving their businesses online.

With the third – and hopefully final – lockdown continuing across the country, Toymaster members are driving their businesses online.

Two independent toy retailer members have confirmed that their new websites are now up and running, complementing the product offer they have in-store.

Whitby-based John Anderson Toymaster is offering delivery via its website, or locals can choose the click and collect service.

Meanwhile, Wetherby-based Treasures Toys is aiming to ‘bring some magic’ to customers homes while the shop is closed, with its toys, books and games offering online.

The team is offering click and collect and free local delivery (within a five-mile radius) with a minimum of £20 spend. New stock will be added to the website on a daily basis.

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