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Shop staff to share £10 million

Hobby retailer Games Workshop is to give staff a bonus after a strong sales year.

Around 2,400 staff, from shop assistants to model makers, will earn bonuses of more than £4,000, as reported by The Times.

The retailer, which has Warhammer stores in Cheltenham and Gloucester, was a big winner during lockdown.

It said the bonuses are in recognition of staff's contributions to its results and are paid on an equal basis to all staff.

Sales for the year to May 29 hit £385 million, up from £353 million last year. Royalty income from licensing, including the use of Warhammer in computer games, is up to £28 million from £16 million the previous year.

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