Scalextric

21 Feb 19
Farnham Scalextric Club

It was a powerhouse performance from Graham this week, winning five out of eight classes and smashing home 111 points to take the night at a canter. Nick bookended Graham’s run of success in the Own Car classes by taking the 1970-85 F1 win and the Modern 2WD class but a lower than average Club […]

19 Feb 19
The Isle Of Thanet News

TV presenter James May was among the guests today (February 19) to attend the official opening of the Hornby showrooms and offices. The star, best known for his role alongside Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond on Top Gear, tried his hand at a spot of Scalextric racing and revealed his favourite model of the 1970s […]

19 Feb 19
Frequent Miler

Travel Mileage/Points Increases Merchant Best Rate on 02/18/2019 Best Rate on02/17/2019 BackCountry 15 (3) mi./$ 5 pt./$ Best Rate History bareMinerals 6 (2) mi./$ 4 mi./$ Best Rate History Barrons 1000 mi. 500 mi. Best Rate History Bloomingdale’s 8 (4) mi./$ 4 pt./$ Best Rate History CVS.com 8 (1) mi./$ 4 pt./$ Best Rate History […]

19 Feb 19
Wolverhampton Scalextric and Slot Car Club

 The Series has voted for the forming of a three man ‘Technical Committee.’ This has been set up, the 3- man Panel is; myself (Chair) Matt Tucker and Julian Edwards. The new model eligibility rule is now worded thus; ‘Any new GT3 Scaleauto or NSR model, and all new/upgraded components, must be available at least 28 days prior […]

18 Feb 19
Wolverhampton Scalextric and Slot Car Club

WSCC Friday Champs 2019 – Wk#02 Open GT Results Well, we expected it – Lewis won again.  Not only that, he beat the pants off us – breaking the 100 lap barrier in the heats, as well as recording not one, but two sub-7s laps on the inside lanes. Just brilliant!  What of the rest […]

18 Feb 19
Wolverhampton Scalextric and Slot Car Club

  Sunday February 10th – Slot Racers as far away as Lancashire and Surrey travelled to the West Midlands to take part in the opening round of the 2019 National 1/32nd scale GT3 Slot Car Championships in Wolverhampton.  Now in its sixth year, the original ‘NSR’-based series has been expanded this season to include GT3 […]

18 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
WORLD-FAMOUS toy store Hamleys has transformed its seven-floor Regent Street shop into a giant playground for half term. Kids will be able to dress up and play with toys including LEGO, Harry Potter and LOL Surprise and there will also be live entertainment, photo booths and competitions. Hamleys has turned into a wonderland for children this week The shop is already a wonderland for children but now little ones will never want to leave thanks to all the exciting activities on offer during half term, which can be this or next week depending on the school. Characters from hit movies How To Train Your Dragon: Hidden World and The LEGO Movie 2 will also be around to meet and take pictures with youngsters. And games will be set up around the shop for kids to play with. The activities will include: Scalextric time trial racing “Quidditch Training” and a Sorting Hat ceremony on Hamleys’ dedicated Harry Potter floor The chance to challenge Hamleys’ resident board game expert to a game Daily parade through the store at 4pm Posing for a photo in a life-size Barbie Toy Box or a LOL Surprise photo booth Taking pictures with characters from The LEGO Movie 2 and How To Train Your Dragon Competitions to win toys, including a photo contest where kids could win £250 worth of Harry Potter toys There will be live entertainment in the shop all week There will be a Quidditch sorting ceremony for children in the Harry Potter section of Hamleys Sadly, only the Regent Street shop will host these half-term activities. But in the central London store, the fun will continue for nearly two weeks until Sunday, March 3. For a full timetable of activities, visit the Hamleys website or Facebook page. There are 26 Hamleys shops in the UK. You can find your nearest branch using its online store finder tool. [article-rail-section title=”More on Money” posts_category=”34″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] LEGO has announced it’s launching a new toy range that comes to life through your smartphone. Meanwhile, Amazon has pulled a Crazy Geezers Putty World toy from sale over fears it’s dangerous for kids. And an eight-year-old Youtube star makes £17.3million a year reviewing toys and now he has his own TV show. [bc_video video_id=”5811219287001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Hamleys launches new floor dedicated to Harry Potter – but the prices aren’t cheap “] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk