MYSTERY SHOPPER: Nottingham

This month, our mystery shopper headed to Nottingham to test out the toy stores.
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While looking for a creative toy for a boy aged ten, Mystery Shopper visited five stores in the Nottingham area including Modelzone, Forbidden Planet, Gee Dee Models, John Lewis and Rob Roy Wooden Toys.

To find out how they fared, simply click here.

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