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A former nurse has opened a toy shop.

Sarah Curry, who worked as a nurse for more than seven years, fulfilled a four-year dream with her Aladdin's cave of wooden toys, pocket money treats and fancy dress outfits in Hexham.

She spent years trawling the internet for unique toys before launching Little Stars. She hopes to trade on-line and by mail order in the future.

The mother-of-two, of Ponteland, said: "It was just a dream really. I did lots of research but it became more of a reality when I did a course at Kenton College on book-keeping and starting your own business."
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 11, 2005
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