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Toy Barnhaus undertakes refit to make Crawley store bigger

The renovation will be completed on Saturday, April 18th and will leave the indie store one fifth bigger.
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Independent retailer Toy Barnhaus has closed its Crawley store for a refit to increase the shop’s size by one fifth.

The renovation is being undertaken to celebrate the store’s sixth anniversary of occupying its County Mall location in West Sussex.

Co-owners Mark Buschaus and Stephen Barnes will be replacing the store’s ceiling and extending the shop and installing new fixtures which will light up in the front window.

The shop will reopen on Saturday, April 18th and will mark the occasion with a visit from Toymaster teddy.

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