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Really lovely toy shop
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Posted 13 December 2012 - 11:35 PM
Mods feel free to tell me if I can post a business name in here... It's positive
But just wanted to say for anyone in the Perth area there is a lovely toy shop in Victoria Park worth checking out. They sell such nice unique toys, in all budget ranges, that are different from the normal plastic crap you get. I have been in there several times to buy birthday presents and everytime someone has asked me if I needed help, then when I tell them a little about the birthday person and the budget they bend over backwards to find something good. Then they gift wrap it.
A few days ago I found a perfect gift for a 6 year old who loves sewing, and sewing kits for kids are hard to come by, now I have something cute and age appropriate that I know the little miss will love.
Everything I have bought from there has been complimented and the staff are just so so nice. I would hate for them to go out of business because they have to compete with chain stores. If you're trying to find something different for a special littlie, and you'd like to know the name of the shop then PM me. Just want to spread their goodness around.
Posted 22 December 2012 - 12:50 PM
I would be interested to know the name. There's a decent children's bookshop in Vic Park as well.
Edited by Wishing Dandelion, 22 December 2012 - 12:51 PM.
Posted 23 December 2012 - 12:38 PM
I second the support of the this lovely little toy shop. It is well stocked and has some interesting finds. This independent shop owners deserves to do well.
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