Saturday 15th January 2011
A new and special childrens’ attraction
opened in CHELMSFORD Essex
I was the Town Crier in Chelmsford for the opening and promotion of the new
Book Shop and Story Centre
called Just Imagine
64 – 68, New London Road,
near the back entrance to M&S and DANSK.
This great new and vibrant shop is very family friendly and the staff are an absolute pleasure to meet.
You will get a very warm welcome from people that care about your childrens’ needs.
The Grand Opening was at 11.00am and Horrid Henry and The Gruffalo were around for photos.
There were various activities with Steve Cole (Dr Who, Astrosaurs, Slim Squad) and Sarah MacIntyre (Morris the Mankiest Monster), both of whom opened the shop.
For any parents that want to bring excitement to their children’s learning experiences…..
This is the place that makes learning fun for children .
This has to be the best children’s book shop in town, but book shop does not do it justice.
For those people that paid a visit on the opening day, I think that everyone would have enjoyed the vitality of this enterprise.
The people of Chelmsford were great to support Nikkiand Neil Gamble and their team at this great new venture.
A serious note to parents
Your children will absolutely love this shop and you will enjoy your visit.
Make learning fun and visit
64 – 68, New London Road Chelmsford, Essex
Carrying on from the information above…….
I have just received an e-mail from Sarah MacIntyre who has added some fantastic pictures and details onto her web site and blog.
Here is a little snippet from Sarah’s blog, with a link
Nikki even brought in the local Town Crier and Toastmaster, Richard Palmer, to keep the party swinging. He showed us this nifty sword trick that, with a big whack, slices off the whole top of the bottle. Here he is, showing off the cork with the top of the bottle, still attached, to Steve and writer Graham Marks.