Now that winter's on its way, the kids are likely to be spending more time indoors.
So leading discount retailer TJ Hughes has a solution for all parents who want to keep their young ones occupied during the longer evenings, without them resorting to sitting in front of the computer.
Our new range of lines from leading children's educational toys manufacturer Learn N Play is tremendous value and includes equipment to inspire them to unleash their creative talents.
It includes the Learn N Play wooden easel, a quality easel which is easy to set up, and features a blackboard on one side and a whiteboard on the other, together with an integral tray for holding pens, crayons or chalk. At just £19.99, it's sure to provide hours of fun and let your children discover their creative side.
There's also a bigger deluxe wooden easel priced at £29.99, this has double storage bins, includes a roll of paper, and is suitable for all ages from three upwards.
Also new to our range this autumn is a solid pine desk and chair, on which your children will be happy to play and create for hours. Priced £49.99, its surfaces can all be wiped clean easily when play time is over.
Finally, we've just added the Learn N Play art desk and chair to our range. Children will enjoy spending hours sat at the desk, whose top is reversible with a chalk board surface on one side and a white board the other, and has space underneath to store lots of their art equipment.
"We know mums and dads will want to make sure their kids have plenty to keep them occupied indoors this autumn and winter, so we've brought in these new lines to help them inspire their young ones to have hours of fun drawing, colouring and painting," said Martin Fisher, Head of E-Commerce for TJ Hughes'.
All of the Learn N Play range can be found in our six department stores across the country, can be ordered online from tjhughes.co.uk, or by calling 0845 605 1912.
Tel: 01625 838 688
Mob: 07931 391 362
Notes to editor:
TJ Hughes is a discount department store specialising in home and fashion, fragrance and cosmetics, technology & electricals. It offers premium brands at up to 70% discount and quality products at low prices.
Departments include menswear, womenswear, childrenswear, fragrance, cosmetics, fashion accessories, footwear, housewares, electrical, consumer electronics, toys, home furnishings and linens. Larger stores include a restaurant.
With Headquarters in Liverpool, TJ Hughes first started trading in 1912. The company floated on the Stock Exchange in l992 and was acquired by JJB Sports in April 2002. Silverfleet Capital (Formally PPM Capital) and Bank of Scotland backed a management buy out in November 2003.
Today, after a private buyout in August 2011, TJ Hughes trades from 7 department stores nationwide and online at www.tjhughes.co.uk. The stores are located across the UK from Eastbourne in the south to Glasgow in the north. The company employs around 700 people.
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