The Old Round One Pound Coin is Going Out of Circulation Soon

All change with the one pound coins soon enough, the exact date is Sunday 15th October 2017 and on that day the old one pound coins will no longer be legal tender so please don’t expect us at Silly Billy’s Toy Shop to be taking the £1 coins on that day.

Why was the old £1 coin changed ?

Over the past 30 years, the old round coin has grown increasingly vulnerable to counterfeiters – in fact, the Royal Mint states one in 30 £1 coins is fake, quite a large amount really.
For twenty of those thirty years Silly Billy’s Toy Shop has been handling the old pound coins.
So it was time for a change. The new £1 is thinner, lighter and larger and includes a hologram-like image which alternates between ‘£’ and ‘1’ when seen from different angles, you will no doubt have already seen this on the new £1 coins that have been available since March this year (2017). There is also a secret high-security feature built into the coin itself – which will, so they say, protect the coin from counterfeiting. That’s the idea anyway.

So just like with the old £5 note we are giving our customers plenty of notice, for the next two weeks we will happily take your old £1 coins, though not the counterfeit ones, we know how to tell these apart.

How Much is an Original Pound Coin Worth today ?

SINCE the original £1 coin was first minted in 1983, inflation has wiped away two-thirds of its value in real terms, according to recent analysis by M&G Investments. Pretty crazy really. M&G Investments said when the eroding impact of inflation is taken into account, a £1 coin left sitting in a piggy bank since 1983 would be worth around 32p.
M&G Investments also worked out that if £1 had been put in a cash savings account in 1983, it could now be worth around £1.33 in real terms.
If the same £1 had been invested in stocks and shares, its real value could now be around £11.66 (who says gambling doesn’t pay?)

All of this aside, put the date in your diary and make sure you have no old round £1 coins kicking around in any children’s piggy banks or other places and that they have all been spent by Saturday 14th October 2017. Ideally, come and spend your old and new pound coins with us here at Silly Billy’s in Hebden Bridge

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Playmobil Christmas 2017

Yesterday we had a massive delivery of Playmobil for Christmas 2017

This was assisted with a great delivery driver who unfortunately had a lorry that was too big to bring down Old Gate road. Fortunately, as a friendly and happy chap the driver agreed to shift the 10 big boxes on a barrow into the shop. This was a huge task and the driver helped enormously and this post is to thank him as well, if he manages to read it.
Playmobil Christmas 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Playmobil Christmas 2017 Delivery Contents

So in no particular order and also with no prices, if you want to know how much the Playmobil costs then simply pop into our shop in Hebden Bridge or phone us up, we are easy to find through a google search for Silly Billy’s.

  • 4790 Princess with Weaving Wheel
  • 4793 Knight with Dragon
  • 4794 Girl with Guinea Pig
  • 5368 Mother & Child with Changing Table
  • 5369 Tactical Police Dog Unit
  • 5370 Fairy with Otter
  • 5376 Young Explorer with Otter
  • 5380 Dog Walker
  • 5381 Tooth Fairy
  • 5385 Wolf Warrior
  • 5568 Children’s Playground
  • 5573 Mother with Twin Stroller
  • 5648 Police Carry Case
  • 5650 Princess Vanity Carry Case
  • 5651 Fire Rescue Carry Case
  • 5653 Vet Visit Carry Case
  • 5657 Dragon knight’s Carry Case
  • 5669 Club Set Camping
  • 6133 Farm Animal Pen
  • 6139 Woman with cat Family
  • 6140 Rabbit Pen with Hutch
  • 6624 Advent Calendar “Christmas On The Farm”
  • 6671 Summer Camper
  • 6685 Ambulance with Lights and Sound
  • 6773 1.2.3 Airport Shuttle Bus
  • 6789 Fire Rescue Helicopter
  • 6862 Take Along Fashion Boutique
  • 6888 Camp Site with LED Fire
  • 6890 Biking Trip
  • 6892 Whitewater Rafters
  • 6947 Country Horseback Ride
  • 6965 Farmer’s Wife with Hens
  • 6966 Parents with Baby Cradle
  • 6967 Ladder Unit Fire Truck
  • 9008 Advent Calendar “Royal Ice Skating Trip”
  • 9009 1.2.3 Advent Calendar
  • 9219 Ghostbusters Firehouse
  • 9221 Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
  • 9222 Slimer with Hot Dog Stand
  • 9224 Spengler with Ghost

So there lies the recent huge delivery of Playmobil for Christmas 2017.
Besides all of the Playmobil listed above, we have even more Playmobil at Silly Billy’s, though to view the entire range of Playmobil we would recommend that you come and visit our shop in the wonderful Pennine Hills, nestled neatly in the Calder Valley.

We also have some fantastic Playmobil Advent Calendars all at £19.99Playmobil Advent Calendar

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Lego letter from the 1970’s

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Seal Finds Toy Version Of Itself, Cant Stop Hugging It

If there’s anything cuter than a seal, it’s a seal with a plush version of itself! This adorable animal at Mombetsu Land, an attraction in Japan’s Hokkaido district, got a special present from the zoo staff – a plushie that looks just like the ‘mini me’ version of the seal.

Clearly, the seal got smitten with the toy, as he couldn’t stop hugging it, riding it on the back, and squeezing the toy to its heart. We wonder if the seal thinks the toy is its baby. One thing is for sure – this is cuteness overload.

This adorable animal at Mombetsu Land, an attraction park in Japan, got a special present from the zoo staff

A plushie that looks just like the ‘mini me’ version of the seal!

The seal couldn’t stop hugging it, riding it on the back, and squeezing the toy to its heart

Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/seal-cuddles-plush-toy/

Lots of new plush toys are available at Silly Billy’s as well: (no seals though)
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We do have Seals in our Schleich Collection.

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These are the Original Stuffed Animals That Inspired Winnie-the-Pooh

Clockwise from bottom left: Tigger, Kanga, Edward Bear (a.k.a Winnie-the-Pooh), Eeyore, and Piglet. Roo was also one of the original toys but he was lost a long time ago. Owl and Rabbit were not based on toys. Gopher was made up for the Disney version [source]

On display at the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building (Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street) you will find the original stuffed animals that inspired the famous children’s character Winnie-the-Pooh, which was created by author A. A. Milne and illustrator E. H. Shepard.

The NYPL explains:

“Long before Walt Disney turned Pooh and his pals into movie stars, Christopher Robin Milne, a very real little boy living in England, received a small stuffed bear on his first birthday. He named him Edward Bear (later renamed Winnie-the-Pooh). Following Edward came the rest of the stuffed animals, which Christopher loved and played with throughout his childhood.

One day, Christopher’s father, A. A. Milne, and an artist named Ernest H. Shepard, decided that these animals, and two other imaginary friends, Owl and Rabbit, would make fine characters in a bedtime story. From that day on, Pooh and his friends have had many fanciful adventures, from Piglet’s encounter with a Heffalump to Eeyore’s loss of his tail. These stories have been embraced by millions of children and adult readers for nearly 100 years. [source]

Sources

Photograph by Spictacular on Wikimedia Commons
NYPL: The Adventures of the REAL Winnie-the-Pooh
Wikipedia: Winnie-the-Pooh
Wikipedia: A. A. Milne

Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2015/11/the-original-stuffed-animals-that-inspired-winnie-the-pooh/

Although we do not have any Winnie the Pooh at Silly Billy’s, we do have a new range of plush Kaloo Toys suitable for 0+ newborns and we are very excited about them. They are super furry and super cute creations and great gifts for newborns and younger children.
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Sweden is really good at gender equality. This kindergarten is an example of why.

Gender madness starts when you let skeletons do the dishes !!

Dolls ride dinosaurs into battle, dump trucks haul colorful bracelets, and fire-breathing dragons loom over wooden train stations.

This is what an average day looks like on the playroom floor at Egalia, a kindergarten in Stockholm, Sweden.

Egalia is a place where gender neutrality is worked into every level of learning. Including, yes, the toys.

Sweden is often held up as an example of gender equality; the World Economic Forum rated them as having the fourth smallest gender gap in the world, after all.

In 1998, the government passed an amendment pushing for more gender-neutral practices in schools. Lotta Rajalin a preschool administrator took the idea and ran with it. In 2011, she and a group of colleagues opened up Egalia.

Walking in the door, you might notice some simple changes. Toys are de-segregated, for instance; dinosaurs, dolls, and motorcycles all end up in the same bin. The books lining the walls are more modern tales rather than old-fashioned stories of knights and princesses.

The biggest change is probably in the teachers themselves.

Egalia has made a point to hire more male teachers. They’re careful not to tell boys to “suck it up” after a fall or tell girls it’s not appropriate to be rambunctious expectations they themselves admit to harboring in the past.

Even the language they use is different. In the Swedish language, there are two typically used pronouns: “han” for “him” and “hon” for “her.” But when it comes to jobs and roles, Egalia has also embraced the somewhat more obscure gender-neutral “hen.”

They also make sure this linguistic care extends to group activities as well.

“We dont say, ‘Come on, boys, lets go and play football,’ because there might be girls who want to play football,” school coordinator Frida Wikstrm told The Guardian. “We say ‘friends’ instead because it puts yourself on an equal level.”

The school isn’t trying to get rid of gender. It’s gender-neutral, not gender-blind. 

A pair of “emotion dolls” at Egalia. Photo by Fredrik Sandberg/AP/Scanpix Sweden.

Critics have labelled the project as “gender-madness,” accusing the school of trying to brainwash the kids into a genderless homogeneity. Egalia’s not trying to do that. Gender is an important part of people’s identities, and the kids are free to embrace those differences.

But it’s also true genders can come with a lot of baggage. Science shows that pretty much as soon as kids understand that different genders exist, expectations and stereotypes start to creep in. When teachers and other adults talk, kids listen.

When teachers change the way they talk, kids change too. A small study from Sweden’s Uppsala University hints that while Egalia’s kids were just as able to categorize different genders compared with other kids their age, they were also more likely to play with kids of different genders and less likely to assign stereotypes.

Gender is a complex subject. We still have a long way to go socially and even more to study. But when it comes to just letting kids play the way they want, without stereotypes bearing down on them, that seems pretty sane.

Read more: http://www.upworthy.com/this-swedish-pre-schools-gender-madness-is-awesome

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Why Everyone Should Embrace Their Inner Sloth

Each year there’s an autumn weekend which is anticipated with particular glee: the one in which the clocks go back. The prospect of an extra hour in bed is certainly enticing, and the Sunday has duly been labelled National Sleep In Day. But the fact that sleeping in is designated to this one particular day betrays something else that idleness is seen as wasteful, self-indulgent. A lie-in is only encouraged when time itself moves to accommodate it.

For some perspective on how the idea of laziness has changed over time, we could do a lot worse than consider the natural worlds undisputed champion of indolence the sloth. Because the one thing everyone knows about sloths is that they are slothful. The clue is in the name.

But its a name with a long and curious history. Sloth entered the English language in the early 12th century as a term for mental and physical sluggishness. It wasnt until the early 17th century that the word was applied by European explorers to tree-dwelling mammals in central and south America. Sloth, in other words, was the name of a human quality long before it was the name of a distinct species of animal.

And sloth is not any old human quality; it is along with envy, gluttony, greed, lust, pride and wrath one of the seven deadly sins, a catalogue of depravity that has been circulating in one version or another since early Christian times.

Abraham Bloemaert, Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, 1624. The devil sows weeds in the field while lazy peasants sleep.

Deadly Torpor

Definitions of the sin of laziness have changed notably over the centuries. What we now call sloth was originally understood as an occupational hazard for the early Christians known as the Desert Fathers, the hermits and monks whose punishing regimes of piety, prayer and self-denial exposed them to the temptations of de-motivation and listlessness and a sorrowfully distracted state of torpor known as acedia.

In the medieval period, as sloth superseded acedia in the religious vocabulary of the time, the concept broadened to encompass all forms of sinful inactivity and work-shy idleness, from neglecting everyday chores to falling asleep in church. The particular danger of sloth, in the medieval imagination, was as a gateway sin. Anyone who is prone to idleness is, by definition, going to lack the energy to resist the temptations not just of sloth but of all the other sins. For this reason, popular tales of people who were victims of their own laziness too lazy to move as mice nibble away at their ears, too lazy to cut the noose from which they are about to be hanged had significant currency in the medieval imagination.

Sloth Mad

Its fair to say that the seven deadly sins don’t have quite the grip on the imagination that they once did. Images of sloth in the modern world have precious little to do with its origins in early Christian theology. For example, in recent years major UK furniture retailer Sofaworks has run a high-profile advertising campaign starring Neal the Sloth, who is every bit at home lounging on this firms various chairs and sofas as his fellow sloths are in their natural rainforest habitat.

 

A spin-off website, which sells Neal merchandise, excitedly announces that owing to the success of the sloth campaign the world has gone sloth mad. The arrival this summer of London Zoos latest baby sloth, Edward, would support this: he was greeted with widespread press coverage and thousands of YouTube viewings of the tiny nocturnal mammal clinging to a sloth-teddy from the Zoos gift shop.

What, we may ask, would a time-travelling visitor from the medieval period make of our fondness for sloths? They would probably be slightly perturbed to find a deadly sin as the stuff of soft furnishings and cuddly toys.

Unleash The Sloth!

We could reassure our sceptical visitor that its possible to learn a thing or two from sloths. They live a low energy lifestyle; they are generally peaceable; and they understand the virtues of taking your time. Any animal that takes two weeks to digest a meal could certainly teach us a valuable lesson in the virtues of mindfulness and contemplative patience. The sloth is the perfect mascot for a culture that is looking to cure itself of addiction to a hyperactive 24/7 work ethic. Now that we have rehabilitated sloths as the slacktivists of the animal kingdom, perhaps the time has come to formulate a laziness ethic as an alternative to the work ethic that has dominated our society for so long.

But a closer look at sloth merchandise reveals that work and laziness arent always quite so easy to separate. Take Rob Dirckss humorous self-help book, Unleash The Sloth!. The book promises to provide 75 ways to reach your maximum potential by doing less. Who wouldnt want to unleash their sloth? But do we really have to do so in 75 different ways? Unleashing the sloth is beginning to sound like hard work. Which is to say that even a tongue-in-cheek book, which is all about cutting corners and streamlining your life, is still part and parcel of the busybody culture of personal growth, self-improvement and enhanced productivity.

Even the most unapologetic attempt to champion inactivity call it sloth, laziness, idleness, rest does so in the name of activity and productivity. Laziness has a job to do whether its selling sofas, cuddly toys or books. And so sloth, despite our affection for the creature of that name, retains its place as one of the deadly sins of the 21st century.

I hope you enjoy that lie-in.

Michael Greaney, Senior Lecturer in English, Lancaster University

Read more: http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/why-everyone-should-embrace-their-inner-sloth

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Guy Builds Amazing Lego Star Destroyer With Three-Level Interior

Imgur user doomhandle shared his recently completed Tyrant Imperial Star Destroyer and it’s awesome. Measuring 4 ft, 7 in (1.4 m) long and weighing over 70 pounds (32 kg); it also features a three-level interior with characters, ships and removable sections.

The design is based on the 2014 LEGO Star Destroyer Set (75055) and the custom-design was built entirely with readily available LEGO pieces. It’s about 20 times the size of the official LEGO Star Destroyer set which allows for a lot more customization inside.

I’ve included exterior and interior shots below, but be sure to check out the full 45-picture album on Imgur where doomhandle goes into far more detail about the build and components of the ship.

[via doomhandle on Imgur]

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Built and Designed by doomhandle

Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2016/05/lego-star-destroyer-with-three-level-interior-by-doomhandle/

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Buy Schleich for Christmas 2017

We are happy to announce that we have even more Schleich Animals in store for this Christmas 2017 and a new line of Unicorns, which we hope will be very popular, Unicorns are trending as has been shown by the quick sales of our TY Unicorn range. (Unfortunately, we have no TY Unicorns left now). However you can buy these fantastic Bayala Schleich Unicorns at Silly Billy’s.

Schleich Unicorns

We have also started to receive our Schleich Prehistoric Dinosaurs for Christmas, at the moment we have four different sorts of dinosaur, although we are hoping that many more will be delivered soon

  • Tyrannosaurus Rex – £14.99

  • Brachiosaurus – £14.99

    Brachiosaurus translated means “arm lizard”. It acquired the name, because its front legs were significantly longer than its hind legs. As such, its long neck pointed automatically upwards and it could eat taller plants with less effort.
    Dinosaur Fun fact

    Brachiosaurus had a very flexible neck that could measure up to nine metres long.

  • Dunkleosteus – £14.99

    The Dunkleosteus was an armoured fish with a length of eight to ten metres, which was unusually large for the Devonian period. It was one of the first giants of the underwater world, together with the Titanichthys.

    The Dunkleosteus lived 130-150 million years before the first dinosaurs. It was a fearless hunter who could snap incredibly fast and ate large sharks, and even its own kind if no other prey was to be found. Fossils of fish, which were only half digested, have often been discovered alongside its skeleton. Scientists therefore believe that the armoured fish was not able to chew very well and swallowed it prey in large pieces. It was named after the palaeontologist David Dunkle. The word “osteos” is Greek for “bone”.
    Dinosaur Fun fact
    Instead of teeth, the Dunkleosteus had long, sharp bony plates in its strong jaw.

  • Velociraptor – £9.99

    schlecih dinosaurs

So increasing our range of Schleich animals meant we had to get another shelf from Schleich for our stand to house all our animals, I am not going to list all the animals we have in stock here in Hebden Bridge, although we have everything from Horses to Sharks and from Sloths Holstein Cows, the range of Schleich at Silly Billy’s is one of the best of any toy shop in the North of England. Hopefully you can see a lot of the Schleich Animals in the image below
schleich animals

 

Other larger schleich items include the Schleich Horse Club 42346, Pick Up with Horse Box
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This box set comes complete with horse, groom, driver and amazing accessories so that you can start playing straight away
Removable roof and two horses can fit in the horse-box.
There is space for saddle and bridle and also space for feed and drinking water.
Lots of moving parts Amazing stickers for decorating
Numerous amazing play functions.
Detailed modelling with many meticulously crafted elements for endless hours of entertainment.

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Buy Sylvanians for Christmas 2017

So many Sylvanians have been delivered to us at Silly Billy’s Toy Shop that it was impossible to get all the families out on the shelf space we have available.
A secret family remains hidden in our storage for revealing this Christmas 2017.

So here is the definitive list of Sylvanians and Sylvanian Accessories in Stock for Christmas 2017 at Silly Billy’s Toy Shop based in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.

  • Toy Shop £19.99 (5050)
  • Cosy Cottage Starter Home £19.99 (5242)
  • Sky Ride Adventure £24.99 (5255)
  • Starry Point Lighthouse £59.99 (5267)
  • Family Saloon Car £19.99 (4611)
  • Master Bedroom Set £19.99 (5039)
  • Baby Bath Time £19.99 (5092)
  • Classic Furniture Set £19.99 (5220)
    SYLVANIAN FAMILIES
  • Monkey Family £14.99 (5214)
  • Chiffon Dog Family £17.99 (5000)
  • Bear Family £17.99 (5059)
  • Walnut Squirrel Family £17.99 (4172)
  • Toy Poodle  Family £17.99 (5259)
  • Cottontail Rabbit Family £17.99 (4030)
  • Yellow Labrador Family £17.99 (5182)
  • Striped Cat Family £17.99 (5180)
  • Milk Rabbit Family £17.99 (4108)
  • Silk Cat Family £17.99 (4175)
  • Chocolate Rabbit Family £17.99 (4150)
  • Hamster Family £17.99 (5121)
  • Kangaroo Family £17.99
  • Hedgehog Family £17.99
    SYLVANIAN TWINS
  • Hamster Twins £9.99 (5123)
  • Chiffon Dog Twins £9.99 (5083)
  • Walnut Squirrel  Twins £9.99 (5081)
  • Kangaroo Twins £9.99 (5087)
  • Hedgehog  Twins £9.99 (5218)
  • Yellow Labrador Twins £9.99 (5189)
  • Toy Poodle Twins £9.99 (5261)
  • White Mouse Twins £9.99 (5077)
  • Chocolate Rabbit Twins £9.99 (5080)
  • Striped Cat Twins £9.99 (5188)
    SYLVANIAN BABIES
  • White Mouse Baby £5.99 (5069)
  • Milk Rabbit Baby £5.99 (5063)
  • Cottontail Rabbit Baby £5.99 (5064)
  • Chihuahua Dog Baby £5.99 (5078)
  • Walnut Squirrel Baby £5.99 (5065)
  • Chocolate Rabbit Baby £5.99 (5062)
  • Silk Cat Baby £5.99 (5066)
  • Hedgehog Baby £5.99 (5068)
  • Toy Poodle Baby £5.99 (5260)
  • Striped Cat Baby £5.99 (5186)
  • Yellow Labrador Baby £5.99 (5187)
  • Assorted Baby Carry Cases £6.99 (4391)
    SYLVANIAN ACCESSORIES
  • Toilet Set £9.99 (5020)
  • Semi Double Bed Set £9.99 (5019)
  • Bath and Shower Set £9.99 (5022)
  • Baby Crib £6.99 (4462)
  • Children’s Bedroom Furniture £14.99 (4254)
  • Triple Bunk Beds £9.99 (4448)
  • Double Pushchair £6.99 (4533)
  • Baby High Chair £5.99 (5221)
  • Cupboard with Oven £7.99 (5023)
  • Pushchair £5.99 (4460)
  • Let’s Play Playpen £6.99 (4457)
  • Deluxe TV Set £9.99 (4264)
    READY TO PLAY SYLVANIANS
  • The New Arrival £14.99 (4333)
  • Cycling with Mother £14.99 (4281)
  • Babies Ride n Play £17.99 (5040)

So as you can see by the Amazing Selection of Sylvanian Families, Sylvanian Babies and Sylvanian Accessories that Silly Billy’s Toy Shop is the best place to buy Sylvanians in Yorkshire, maybe in fact, the best place to buy Sylvanians anywhere outside of the Sylvanian Shop itself in Islington, London, UK

We hope to be increasing our blog posting in the run-up to Christmas 2017 as we are getting more and more toys and games delivered each day. However, as quickly as we get deliveries images will usually appear on our Facebook page, so please like and follow Silly Billy’s Toy Shop Facebook page

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