Kiddiewinkles steps in after closure of Wingreen

Firm is ready to fill a gap as competitor ceases trading after ten years in business.
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Launched in 2010, Kiddiewinkles offers a range of toys and gifts.

Debbie Hulme, managing director of Kiddiewinkles, said: “We are truly sorry to hear about the closure of Wingreen, but want to let customers know that we are here and to reassure them that we have plenty of stock in the run up to Christmas."

Rose Cottage was the first to launch. The dual themed playhouse is made from 100 per cent cotton, the front and sides depict an English Rose Cottage, but turn it round and the back is a village Tea Shop.

Also available are co-ordinating accessories including a floor quilt, cushions and bunting and to capitalise on pre-Christmas sales, Kiddiewinkles will also be adding a complimentary toy basket offering a ‘bundle’ deal.

Due to popularity and demand, a large Rose Cottage and matching floor quilt will also be available from mid-November.

Hulme continued: "We are also really excited to announce our new arrival to the range. Our original Fire Engine playhouse, the first of its kind to be launched in the UK will be available from mid November.

"This bright red Fire Engine is a great Christmas present for all those aspiring Firemen out there."



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