Devon’s Thomas Moore Toymaster becomes biggest LEGO outlet in the South West

A Devonshire toy shop has become the proud owner of the mantle ‘the biggest LEGO outlet in the South West,’ having just undergone a refurbishment to make its toy brick department even bigger.

Thomas Moore Toymaster in Exeter was already famous in the region for its impressive LEGO department. The makeover will now amplify LEGO’s presence within the shop.

Reported by Devon Live, the shop will continue to stock the entire standard LEGO range, but will now be able to stock and display rare and exclusive sets that LEGO finds will typically struggle to find.

The shop will host a grand re-opening this Saturday, July 6, in which visitors can take part in competitions, prize draws, discounts, give-aways and the chance to win £800 worth of LEGO.

“Once again, LEGO UK has invested a lot in the store and this refit offers LEGO fans in the area the very best of what LEGO has to offer,” said Terry Alford, director of Thomas Moore Toymaster.

“The large scale interactive models are a particular highlight and will delight LEGO fans both young and old. The ‘Which Mini-Figure are you?’ scanner is sure to be a big hit.”

Thomas Moore Toymaster has been working with LEGO for 10 years. Over that time it has grown into the biggest independent LEGO outlet in the country.

“LEGO has been really supportive in helping us grow as a business and they have doubled the size of our LEGO department,” said Alford.

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