By Peter and Christine Silvester - 9th June 2019 6:08am
Audlem Mill has always had a small selection of children's toys.
We have been gradually changing our range back to the 1970s and before. In the photo there is the iconic Space Hopper, and puzzle cubes and "Jacks", not to mention the amazing coloured Slinkys (mine used to be plain grey!).
There are many more -- too many to mention. However, all mean time away from the dreaded tablets and phones!
Please come and find your next playtime at the Mill.
Gifts in a Tin
And don't forget our range of Gifts in a Tin -- something for everyone.
Making mermaids or hedgehogs, playing with a zoo, the beach and a farm, tea party sets, battery operated train set, making insect houses, garden bits & bobs, and even an emergency kit for the dog on the go (spare lead, collapsible bowl, etc.).
Again, there's too many to list. You really will have to visit the Mill!
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