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Traditional Toys & Gifts – When I Was A Kid

November 6, 2009

 

When I Was a Kid

I’d like to introduce you all to When I Was A Kid – this is a family run business based at Wellingborough that provide high quality traditional children’s toys. I stumbled across the site whilst surfing the net and have fallen in love with their toys. They are beautiful quality and available at a very reasonable price.

I wanted to find a different way of telling you about them so I wrote this little “verse” –

When I Was a Kid is the place for your toys

They have great gifts for girls and cool stuff for boys

Nostalgic toys and gifts of distinction

So much choice, too many to mention.

 

Jacobs ladders, yoyo’s, marbles and jacks,

pick-up sticks, tea sets, balls and bats.

A music box, a mobile, a pram or a scooter,

No batteries required, no sign of a computer.

 

Fantastic quality and prices to match,

Click on this link, I PROMISE NO CATCH!

The kids will be happy, the parents will too,

They will even bring back good memories for you!

This is what they have to say about themselves:-

Launched in 2006, When I Was A Kid, brings the tradition and quality back into toys that is sadly lacking in this modern age. There is something quintessentially English about recalling the magical childhood of a bygone era. We have tried to focus on traditional toys and with our famous pocket money range starting from just £1 there is something for every budget. Many of these toys coming from small companies and individual artists that produce unique and exquisite products all beautifully made.

We have also concentrated very hard on the style, design and layout of the website to leave you, the customer not only knowing exactly what it is you are buying but also offering fast delivery, peace of mind regarding security and privacy through our HSBC secure payment system and responsive, knowledgeable customer service.

Why not pay their website a visit, just click on the logo at the top of this post – you won’t be disappointed!

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