Bramble Corner closes store to become online only

Independent toy retailer holding 50 per cent clearance sale in store before the shift
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Independent toy retailer Bramble Corner is closing down its store to move to online only retailing.

After 10 years of trading in Forest Row the retailer has made the decision to move solely to the online space due to issues around "sustaining rents, etc."

Over its time trading in its location between London and Brighton, the store has received much coverage from national media including Country Living and House and Garden.

Store owner, Selma Montcreff has now announced that the store is running a 50 per cent clearance sale in her move to the online market place.

The store's range of traditional toys, games and puzzles will now retail directly through the Bramble Corner website,


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