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Please note, the Play Kingdom will be temporarily closed from the end of January. This is for important renovation work. We are anticipating that it will be closed for at least one month and possibly six weeks. Please refer back to our website or our Facebook page for...

Christmas Closing 2018 This year Tickety-Boo will be closed at Christmas. We are closing early on December 21st for our staff party and we will be reopening on Saturday, January 5th 2019. May we take this opportunity to thank all our customers for your custom and your support...

We've had some brilliant news from our charity of the year, Exeter Leukaemia Fund (ELF) who popped in recently for a catch up and to empty our collecting can. Thanks to our generous customers we have so far raised just under £114. And that isn't counting...

Tickety-Boo now has not one, but two managers. Holly Woodhouse and India Grigg have been promoted to joint front of house managers at Tickety-Boo in Ottery St Mary after Cheryl Mabin left to start up a cleaning business. Both grew up in the town and attended The...

Vote for Tickety-Boo - we need your help! Tickety-Boo has made the finals of the Family Favourites Awards and we need your vote to help us win. We're a finalist in the 'Best Day Out For Under 5s' category. Simply click HERE to vote. You don't need to...

No more Mondays! We have taken the decision not to open on a Monday starting from October 1st. Monday is our quiet day, and it seems a good idea to have a day off for all our staff. We will be open normal hours for the rest of...

Helping Exeter Leukaemia Fund! We're pleased to announce that for the next year we will be fundraising for local charity Exeter Leukaemia Fund (ELF), which provides vital support to patients and families living with leukaemia. How we are fundraising Please pop any spare change into the collecting...

Coffee grounds from Tickety-Boo Calling all gardeners! The Tickety-Boo team has decided to recycle our coffee grounds. Why use coffee grounds in the garden? Coffee grounds contain the essential nutrient nitrogen, some potassium and phosphorus and other micro-nutrients - they can be used as a slow-release fertiliser. How to...