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Summer Holiday fun with toys from Casdon

Summer Holiday fun with toys from Casdon

This week we have teamed up with Casdon to offer you a whole host of different summer activities. If you’re looking to treat the children over the holidays then why not take a look at some of the toys Casdon have on offer below. They are sure to keep the kids busy over the summer break!

Henry and Hetty Hand Held Vacuum Set £8.00

As you may already know children love imaginative play and there’s no better way to bring this out than with role play toys. In true Casdon style the Henry & Hetty Handheld Vacuum Sets look just like the real thing, they even have working suction to pick up bits of debris on the floor! Complete with dust pan & brush, this set is the perfect gift for any little one who loves to be just like mum or dad.

Mr. Kipling Cake Stand & Tea Set £10.00

Do your children ever host a tea party with teddies? Perhaps they invite their friends round for a role play picnic? If so they are bound to love the Casdon Mr. Kipling Cake Stand & Tea Set. Each set comes with a selection of iconic cakes such as Battenbergs and Bakewells all with shape sorting bases to add an educational kick to play. Also included with the stand are cups, saucers, plates, cutlery and a tea pot to give a picnic feel to the whole set.  

Self-Service Supermarket £40.00

If you’re looking for a larger role play set then we recommend the Casdon Self-Service Supermarket Till. It has everything your children need to create their own corner shop in the playroom. This high tech toy replicates the modern self-service checkout and is complete with realistic sounds, scanner, chip & pin machine, basket and lots of branded play food. It truly is a one stop shop for all things fun!

Our verdict:

We have to confess we love role play toys here at, and that’s why we are such big Casdon fans. The quality and true to life look of each toy is second to none. For more information on the above and to check out the full range of Casdon toys, head over to

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