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    Tin Can Alley
    Product ID: 5051237060652
    Category: Puzzles
    Description: Roll up, roll up... throw the bean bags and knock down the tin cans. Add the numbers on the cans up to see who reigns victorious with this traditional, fun-filled game for the whole family. There are three bean bags for contestants to throw and 10 perfectly safe tin cans for you to try and knock over. This is a great activity for the whole family to play on sports days and at garden parties and picnics. Ages 3 plus Box dimensions: 450 x 195mm Contents: 3 soft bean bags, 10 'real' tin cans.
    Delivery time: 3 - 5 working days
    Delivery cost: 2.95
    Price: £11.99
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