Little Shop 2 is now closed – thank you for taking part!
Welcome to the world of Little Shop 2
Learn with Little Shop 2
Learn all about where food comes from and what makes M&S Food special, as well as how energy is produced and how to save money
Ready for more mini fun?
We’ve created 25 new mini M&S collectables, including Our Best Ever burger and our M&S Bank piggy bank, for children to collect and keep
Keep your Little Shopkeeper busy and entertained throughout the summer and beyond with our collection of fun activities
Each Little Shop collectable is made from sustainable materials and comes with an official collector’s card, which has a joke and information about what makes the product special
Due to social-distancing restrictions, we are currently unable to host swap shops. Has your Little Shopkeeper got doubles, or are they looking for their favourite food? Swap with friends or family responsibly
The finishing touches to their Little Shop 2
Take their Little Shop 2 collection to the next level with a collector’s case, basket and trolley. They cost £3 each and are available to buy in the Foodhall.
Find the rare golden Colin the Caterpillar!
There are only 1,000 golden Colin the Caterpillars out there. Are you one of the lucky ones?
We’ve made our minis more sustainable
This year, we’ve made even more of the minis from sustainable and easily recyclable paper and card – making up over a third of the full set. The rest are made from recycled old washing machines, fridges and drinking bottles
Be a friend to our planet and make Little Shop 2 collectables last
Our collectables are designed to keep and we have created lots of fun games and ideas to keep families busy during the summer and beyond
If Little Shopkeepers no longer use their collectables, they can reuse them by passing them onto friends and family for others to play with (in line with social distancing measures)
Alternatively, any unwanted collectables made from sustainable paper and card can easily be recycled at home. For our plastic minis, customers can bring them to our recycle box at our food information desks. Any leftover collectables will be recycled through our take-back scheme to create items such as store fittings and playground equipment