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Corgi

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A distributor of trading cards, toys and collectibles set up by a teenager in his bedroom 15 years ago has been bought by toy maker Corgi International.
Corgi, which employs 54 people, makes an extensive range of hosiery, including hand-knitted cashmere socks.
Presently, the Queen has four corgis - Kelpie, Pharos, Swift and Emma - all descended from Susan, given to her when she turned 18.
The Company was formed in December 2006 through the merger of Master Replicas, Corgi Classics, and Cards Inc, with its headquarters in Hong Kong, and operations in Walnut Creek and Chicago, USA, and in Watford and Leicester, UK.
Rowland Hemingway, 60, works in model railway store Lord and Butler, also in the Pumping Station, but collects Corgi models.
Corgi has confirmed the jumper was given to The Prince of Wales as a gift to celebrate the birth of his first grandson.
Robert Higgs, from the Heating and Ventilating Contractors' Association, says: "There are still far too many installers carrying out gas installations or repair work without the proper skills or experience and claiming to be CORGI registered when they aren't.
The court heard he had since found work with a gas installation firm - but had been suspended until he became registered with CORGI.
lalways ask to see a gas installer's CORGI ID card before letting them into your property
King George VI brought home her first Pembrokeshire Corgi, named Dookie, in 1933.
Kennel Club secretary Caroline Kisko said: "The corgi is one of Britain's most iconic dog breeds so it's worrying to see it become one of our vulnerable breeds for the first time.
Kennel Club secretary Caroline Kisko said: "The corgi is one of the country's most iconic dog breeds so it's worrying to see it become one of our vulnerable breeds for the first time.