For every £30 you spend on LEGO at The Hobby Shop between now and 17.00 Saturday 22nd December you will receive an entry into our LEGO Wish List Draw.
The prize? One LEGO set of your choice¹.
Whether LEGO Batman, Creator, Super Heroes or Technic is your thing, you have the choice of what you win.
We will contact the winner via SMS on the evening of Saturday 22nd December².
The Hobby Shop and LEGO
Let’s make Christmas
¹In stock products only
²SMS number must be provided for notification. Prize must be collected by 17.00 Saturday 29th December
Thanks to HA for the photos
After almost 29 years at this address we are MOVING!
We will be CLOSED from Sunday 15th through Monday 23rd October and will open our NEW SHOP at 85 Preston Street on Tuesday 24th October.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Bachmann Europe Plc is delighted to announce their acquisition of the Exclusive First Editions range of 1/76th scale die-cast vehicles including buses, coaches, lorries and London Underground tube trains.
The company began trading as part of the ERA Group in 1989 and was originally located in Great Yarmouth before moving to Milton Keynes. In 1996 the company moved to Hemel Hempstead and in 2001, Frank Joyce, the only remaining founder member of the EFE team bought the company with his wife Brenda, relocating to Enfield the following year.
Bachmann Europe Plc began distributing EFE products to the model trade in July 2013.
David Haarhaus, Managing Director of Bachmann Europe Plc said today “We are delighted to incorporate another high quality addition to our existing model and hobby portfolio. The Exclusive First Editions range of collectable vehicles has enjoyed a good reputation for developing highly detailed and well researched models. EFE has been a corner stone of Die-Cast Model collecting for many years, while other ranges may have come and gone with varying interpretations of the original vehicles.
We are looking forward to further developing the existing items, and delivering new models to the many EFE collectors and discerning enthusiasts around the world.
Frank Joyce’s ethos was always to set out to produce the most accurate model possible. This matches the Bachmann ideals entirely, never trying to be the cheapest, but working hard to try and be the best”.
Thanks to JC for the “heads up”