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Craftplay Factory Shop

at Anthony Peters Mfg. Co. Ltd.
Thorpe Road
Melton Mowbray
LE13 1SL
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Craftplay factory shop is the one stop shop for a huge selection of art and craft materials for the budding artist or creative youngster including paints, glues, brushes, pencils, chalks, stencils, face paints, papers, activity kits and party bag items. Direct from a leading educational manufacturer at factory shop prices.
Craftplay also stocks the innovative and very popular Young Gardener range of children's all year round growing and gardening based craft products and tools.
Opening Times: 9.15am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Mail order available

Other shops in Melton Mowbray

The Fairtrading Post (Ethical/Fair Trade)

WHSmith (High Street)

Cobwebs Art (Art)

March House Farm (Farm)

Argos (High Street)

Treedale Furniture (Antiques)

Edinburgh Woollen Mill (Clothes)

Bowley's (Opticians)

The Grange Garden Centre and Restaurant (Garden)

Christopher Wren Gallery (Art)

Dog Nests (Pets)

Tesco MELTON MOWBRAY (High Street)

Milers Nurseries Ltd (Garden)

Dixons Melton Mowbray (High Street)

Nice Nosh (House & Home)

Berlea Antiques (Antiques)

Chiropractic Clinic (Healthcare)

Lavender Cottage Antiques (Antiques)

Dickinson & Morris (Food & Drink)

Radleigh Footwear Ltd (Shoes)

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