|Title||Start date||End date|
|Early Learning Centre Weekly Offers||08/06/2021||08/07/2021|
|Early Learning Centre Catalog||05/05/2021||05/06/2021|
|Early Learning Centre Catalog||09/04/2021||30/04/2021|
|Early Learning Centre Catalog||09/04/2021||22/04/2021|
|Early Learning Centre Weekly Offers||26/03/2021||08/04/2021|
The first Early Learning Centre shop was in London, as long ago as 1972. The company was the brainchild of David John Beale. His vision was to choose toys and books for children with educational value. These could then be dispatched to members and they could choose to pay for them and keep them, or simply return them. It’s worth noting that all products were evaluated and recommended by a child psychologist, effective ensuring they were educational. The concept was well received and the business quickly expanded. Within a year bigger premises were needed, within eight years it had ten shops, and today it has over 200 stores across the UK and a presence in 19 different countries
With the introduction of physical stores, it was no longer essential to send goods to customers on a trial basis. Today the company offers a huge array of toys and books but the focus is still on education. The product range is split into specific categories, such as fine motor skills and hand/eye coordination. This makes it easy for parents to find toys and books that will help their young child. It should be noted that the target market is young, the Early Learning Centre specializes in toys and books for children aged 0-10 years old.
Every parent knows that going shopping with children can be hard work. That’s why it’s almost a break to take them into an Early Learning Centre. Every store is set out with the products arranged traditionally. However, they also incorporate areas where children can play and even test some of the toys for sale. This allows the parent and the sales staff to see their level of integration. It can help you to choose the most appropriate toy or book and allow you to shop for a few moments in peace! You’ll find the staff are extremely supportive and understanding.
The ELC no longer creates a traditional catalog or sends items to members on a buy or return basis. However, you will find their extensive range listed on their website. It’s conveniently sorted into categories, either by age or toy type. The site is easy to navigate, allowing you to order anything you want at the click of a button. There are also plenty of helpful guides, ensuring you know the best items to purchase and how to decide.
With so many stores it’s not surprising that the ELC offers a free click and collect option. This is convenient if you’re not likely to be at home for the delivery. You can opt for standard delivery, it's free if you spend over £40 and takes 3-5 working days. Alternatively, you can opt for the express delivery option which gets it to you on the next working day.
The website has an impressive array of FAQs that can give you the answer to most queries and concerns. However, if you need to speak to someone then it’s a good idea to use the chat now option. This usually sits to the left side of your screen, one click on it and you’ll be able to chat with a virtual assistant in real-time. If you prefer you can call the customer service team or email them. You’ll find they are knowledgeable and friendly.
There are an array of products throughout the ELC catalog that are reduced. You may need to look through the products you’re interested in to see which ones have the best deals on them. There is also an offers tab in the menu that will show you all the products currently discounted. Of course, the best way to reduce the price of your purchase is to use a valid discount code. While you’re on www.1offers.co.uk it’s worth taking a few moments to check the codes we have available. You’re certain to find one that can save you some money. Before you take it and apply it at the checkout, you should note that the codes change regularly. That’s why we verify they are valid daily and recommend you only take it when you’re about to use it.
The Early Learning Centre creates a monthly newsletter that highlights new products, the latest promotions, and keeps you up to date with industry and company news. Al you have to do is give them your email address.
You should also connect with the Early Learning Centre on social media. They have a strong presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You can share news and reviews, find out about the latest developments, and chat with other customers. It’s a great way to ensure you’re getting the right products and to feel part of a community.