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  1. Not sure if posted any where before but for those looking to back fill the beatrix potter coins there are some cheap listings on ebay ATM via: "rabbitrabbitgifts is the online addition to our three Lake District based shops trading as Peter Rabbit and Friends" https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/rabbitrabbitgifts/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
  2. so now the recent BBC advert makes sense
  3. Vanguard offer a Junior ISA with very low fees and good index tracking funds (their founder championed passive tracker index investing) but the minimum investment is £100 a month, you can do lump sums though instead once initial £500 is invested. Worth pointing out with Junior ISA that the child will gain control of this when they reach 18 - so possible they go through a few "rebel" years and decide to take the money out and blow it on good times etc. So may not be suitable if you want to ensure they get the money only when a lot older or when you decide.
  4. Looking forward to the Gruffalo, as above I think these will be a big hit, the book has sales exceeding 15,000,000 + was made into a "film".
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