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The Entertainer holds Quiet Hour for children with autism

This half term, for the first hour of opening the retailer is switching off the music in store to help create a calming and less daunting environment for autistic children.
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UK retail chain The Entertainer is holding a quiet hour at the opening of all its UK stores from Monday February 12th to Friday February 23rd, to create a more calming environment children with autism.

“We always strive to make our stores a happy place for people to visit and we have for some time been exploring ways in which we can make The Entertainer a more comfortable place for autistic children," said Gary Grant, MD and founder of The Entertainer.

"The Entertainer is somewhere for children to explore their imagination and become inspired by all of the toys available and so we hope by introducing our Quiet Hour, more families will feel confident when it comes to shopping with us.”

The Entertainer’s quiet hour is being held across half term in all 145 stores from Monday 12 February until Friday 23 February, local half term dates depending. For more information about The Entertainer and for individual store opening hours, visit The Entertainer's website.

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