Golden Bear returns to Spring Fair with Bush Baby World

Published on: 2nd February 2018

The full 2018 Bush Baby World range will be on display, including Bush Baby plush collectibles as well as larger playsets.

New to the range are the Blossom Meadow Bush Babies which bring patterns, sparkly detailing, and softer than ever fabrics to the collection. There are six characters to collect along with two Scented Blossom characters, Lili and Rosi. Various new princesses will also join the range over the course of 2018, including Princess Blossom, Princess Izzabeth, and Princess Frostina.

However, the hero line for autumn/winter 2018 is the Shimmer Palace. Home to Princess Melina, this playset will measure over 70cms in height and plays three Bush Baby World songs. Features include a lightshow, royal throne, dancefloor, secret storage compartments, and an exclusive Bush Baby – as well as the palace cat with her very own pod basket – and is the ideal place for kids to store their Bush Baby collectibles.

Christine Nicholls, vice chairman and director of product development at Golden Bear, commented: “We’re delighted to be attending Spring Fair again. We’re hugely excited about our growing Bush Baby World range and we’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to the stand to see the collection in its entirety. There will also be a Bush Baby World dance performance – featuring the ‘real life’ Princess Melina – on the stand at 12.30pm on Sunday 4th February and at various times during the day and repeated on Monday 5th – all are welcome to come and join the party.”


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