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Anna Williamson to host Demo Zone at Toy Fair

Kids TV presenter to showcase toys throughout the first two days of the show.
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Seasoned kids TV presenter and Daybreak correspondant Anna Williamson is to host a toy Demo Zone at this month’s London Toy Fair.

Located next to the press office on the Gallery, the Demo Zone will be highlighting and demonstrating top toys from the show floor.

The action will start at 11.00 on both Tuesday and Wednesday and will run for the first half hour of every hour until 16.00, showcasing products from different toy categories. Williamson will present the toys with the help of exhibitors and four children.

The Demo Zone will kick off with ‘All gone techno’ for tech toys on Tuesday. See below for a full itinerary.

January 22nd – Demo Zone begins at 11am

1100-1130: All gone techno (techy toys)
1200-1230: Build for success (construction)
1300-1330: Made in British (toys made in Britain)
1400-1430: Wildcard (open to any category)
1500-1530: Lets get crafty (arts and crafts)
1600-1630: Give us a cuddle (plush)

January 23rd – Demo Zone begins at 11am

1100-1130: Not so board (board games,puzzles and jigsaws)
1200-1230: Greenhouse glory (Greenhouse exhibitors)
1300-1330: Let’s go outside (outdoor and active)
1400-1430: Wildcard (open to any category)
1500-1530: Lights, camera, action figures (action figures)
1600-1630: Made of wood (wooden toys)

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