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Here to make it easier we have placed all our Licensed Characters in one place for you to see. Choose from the Gruffalo, Beatrix Potter, Elmer, Paddington, Hungry Caterpillar, Hello Kitty and so many many more...

  • Shrek

    The story of how a misery ogre in search of his solitude, turned into an adventure seeking hero with a 'big' soft heart. That's Shrek!
  • Dumbo

    The lovable elephant who could fly, first appeared in Walt Disney's 1941 animation. This year (2019) Tim Burton has recreated a magical CGI character, so life-like you'll believe.

  • Beatrix Potter

    The ever popular Peter Rabbit and Friends created by the wonderfully talented Childrens author - Beatrix Potter.
  • Warner Bros Favourites

    Here you will find some of the most popular pieces of your favourite Warner Bros characters.
  • Wallace and Gromit

    From Aardmans animation we welcome not only Wallace and Gromit, but Shaun the sheep too.

  • Gruffalo

    This modern classic was first printed in 1990, by writer and playwright Julia Donaldson, with illustrations by Axel Scheffler. Going into the deep dark wood, will never quite be the same!
  • Stick Man

    Telling the tale of adventure, courage, bravery and family love, Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, create another spellbinding character. First published in 2008, this popular story has created an unlikely hero.
  • Peanuts - Snoopy

    'That Round-Headed Kid' and his loyal Beagle, appeared in Charles M. Schulz's creation - the comic strip 'Peanuts' from 1950.
  • Peppa Pig

    Since 2004, this much loved pre-school tv show, has entertained children on the ups and downs of childhood.

  • Coca Cola

    Coca Cola in itself is iconic and here it is teemed, with his fabulous seasonal, Steiff Polar Bear mascot.
  • Elmer

    A cheerful fun loving multi-coloured patchwork elephant from the very popular childrens picture books by David McKee.
  • Paddington Bear

    The much-loved British Bear - Paddington, was created by author Michael Bond in 1958, since then he has gone on to World domination!
  • Rupert Bear

    Arriving in a 1920's comic strip, illustrated by Mary Tourtel, this resident of Nutwood and his friends, now have international stardom.
  • Winnie the Pooh

    Created by author A.A. Milne in 1926 and later animated by Disney, this well-loved bear continues to blossom globally
  • Walt Disney

    Some of the World's most recognisable and loved, cartoon characters, from Mickey Mouse to Tigger, inspired by Disney, created by Steiff.