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Brexit

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The BTHA has been engaged with Westminster and Whitehall throughout the Brexit process to represent members views, inform policy decisions on the toy industry’s concerns, and translate information from government…

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Our Members

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The BTHA is the official organisation representing manufacturers for Britain’s £3.3 billion toy market. The Association promotes the highest standards of safety and quality in the manufacture of toys, games…

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Code of Practice

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BTHA Members make an annual commitment to the BTHA’s Code of Practice which covers ethical manufacturing, compliance with appropriate legislation as well as a commitment to reduce their environmental impact.

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The Lion Mark

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The Lion Mark was developed in 1988 to perform a function not covered by the CE Mark, namely, to act as a recognisable consumer symbol denoting safety and quality.

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History of the BTHA

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The British Toy & Hobby Association was established in 1944 to represent the interests of British toy manufacturers and to raise standards of practice in the industry. Read more on…

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About Us

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The BTHA exists to promote best practice and excellence in all aspects of product design, toy safety, ethical manufacturing, environmental issues and responsible marketing and by so doing protect and…

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ITRA Awards

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The ITRA World Congress takes place every three years in a different location at which the ‘ITRA – BTHA Prize for outstanding toy research’ is awarded to two recipients.

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BTHA Lifetime Achievement

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The BTHA Lifetime Achievement Award is presented only in exceptional circumstances. It is awarded to individuals who have made a truly outstanding and significant contribution to the toy industry.

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