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Plum Products reveals new range of wooden role play-sets

The new range is now available to be viewed at the firm's new indoor showroom.
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Plum Products has revealed that its new range of indoor wooden role-play items are now in stock, including kitchens, dolls houses and more.

The new range is now available to be viewed in the firm's new indoor showroom.

The existing range of kitchens has been doubled to eight with new additions designed to have a more unisex appeal.

The new kitchens include ovens, fridges and washing machine doors that open and close, turning taps, control knobs that click and turn and graphics designed to encourage role play.

Meanwhile, the dolls house range has been bolstered with the addition of the portable Plum Hove Wooden Dolls House with a carry handle and the large Plum Tilington Wooden dolls House, boasting four storeys and a height of over one metre.

Furthermore to the range, the Plum Camden Court and Plum Plaza Wooden Dolls House feature unique printed graphics with features such as a veterinary surgery, beauty salon and studio flats.

Other new additions boosting the firm's play set range include the Plum Ingham Fire Station, a wooden play set with a fireman's pole and helipad, alongside the Plum Lumberjack Wooden Workbench.

The range also includes the Plum Train and Track Wooden Activity Table, a wooden activity table with double sided train and track graphics with 140 wooden accessories including track pieces, vehicles, buildings and landscape accessories.

All products in the range are made from responsibly sourced timber.

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