Ellenbray shop changes hands - ToyNews

Ellenbray shop changes hands

Owners Jeremy Walwin and David Chedgy have announced their retirement, passing on the business to new owners.
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Frome's toy shop Ellenbray, which is part of the Toymaster high street chain, is changing hands after owners, Jeremy Walwin and David Chedgy announced their retirement.

Jason & Emma from Messenger Enterprises will now take over the business. The store's incorporation into Messenger Enterprises Ltd. will take effect from May 2nd.

"We would like to take this opportunity to wish Jeremy and David well in their retirement," said Toymaster in a statement.

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