Do you remember Leisure World? Many generations of Northern Irish people begged their parents to go, especially as Christmas approached. The beloved former toy store stood on Queen Street in Belfast, first opening in September 1976. Two other outlets later followed suit in Derry and Lisburn. READ NEXT – Rarely
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Mia, a one-year-old springer spaniel, visited The Duck House in Brighton where her owner let her choose her own rubber duck. Video upload Video unavailable The video will play automatically soon8to cancel Play now Springer Spaniel overwhelmed by a shop full of rubber ducks A rubber duck-obsessed Springer Spaniel was
Jericho Rock-Archer / Tips Olivia Lange, general manager of community services at the City of Wellington Mission, says the Christmas toy store empowers customers by giving them choice. The pressure to be provided during the holiday season hits some families hard. But in December, thousands of people in our area
The Edmonds Toy Shop, which provides Christmas gifts to families in need through a partnership between Edmonds United Methodist Church and Edmonds Food Bank, has announced its November pickup dates. Fueled by generous donations and loyal volunteers, the Edmonds Toy Store hopes to serve more than 800 children from Edmonds
Stillorgan Nimble Fingers is stepping up ambitions with plans to redevelop its site across from the South Dublin Village Shopping Center. The toy store, which opened in 1962, is currently housed in a two-story building on Old Dublin Road, opposite the Stillorgan Village shopping center, now owned by Kennedy Wilson.
Bicycles, books and games have already been prepared for the kids who made the “nice” list during a stressful year. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla .– As shipping container backlogs drive up prices, some families are more affected than others. Many households in our area are still recovering from other financial woes