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Debenhams unveils new toy concession

High street retailer Debenhams has launched Toys at Debenhams concessions across up to 100 of its stores.

Key brands that will be available include Lego, Barbie, Disney and Paw Patrol. It launched the range online and in around 20 stores last week. Hot sellers so far include the Paw Patrol "Mission Paw" Air Patroller and the V Tech Play & Learn Aeroplane.

Steven Cook, Debenhams' managing director, said: "We have thought hard about what will make shopping easier and more convenient for our customers and we want to make sure we offer a range that meets the needs of the whole family.

"We already have a great childrenswear range from schoolwear to playtime, including our popular new Lola & Maverick range. That's why we are delighted to be able to offer a really comprehensive range of toys across all our channels as we build up to a "Giftastic" Christmas at Debenhams."

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