Kids Stuff, a well known toy retailer across the Sussex and Kent areas will be opening their ninth store at Royal Victoria Place (RVP) in Tunbridge Wells this October.

Kids Stuff will be taking the former 5,426 sq ft Mothercare store which is located on level 2 of the centre and will offer a vast range of fun and educational toys from leading brands such as Lego, Playmobil, VTech and Leapfrog. Kids Stuff also offers a range of pre-school toys relating to some of the most popular children’s TV Characters including Peppa Pig, PAW Patrol, PJ Masks, Fireman Sam and classics such as Postman Pat and Thomas the Tank Engine.

Kids Stuff is a family run business, with currently four generations working at the company. It all began back in 1988, when the owner Debbie Hartfield was looking for a toy in her local town and was unhappy with the choice available to her. 25 years later, Kids Stuff has eight stores located across Sussex and Kent. Kids Stuff is a member of the Toymaster group where members of the family sit on the board of directors and the marketing committee too.

Kids Stuff values are very simple: they expect their knowledgeable staff to offer their customers great service and the best buying experience. Testament to this, Kids Stuff has been nominated ‘Regional Toy Shop’ of the year twice, ‘National Toy Shop’ of the year six times and most recently won “Specialist Multiple Toy Retailer of the Year” in 2017.

Stephen Hartfield, Director of Kids Stuff, commented, “We are thrilled to be opening in Royal Victoria Place and look forward to welcoming all our new customers to our new store”.

Nicky Blanchard, Centre Manager of Royal Victoria Place, commented, “We are delighted to welcome Kids Stuff to RVP especially as we approach the busy Christmas shopping season. I am confident that with their approach to providing their customers with the best experience possible, they will establish a very successful store here in Tunbridge Wells.”

Their current stores are located in Uckfield, Bognor Regis, Burgess Hill, Ashford, Hastings, Eastbourne, Putney and Chichester.

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