The electronics shop is an old-fashioned place for kids to play and to learn.

But the shop is also a place to learn the basics of electronics repair, like how to do a basic circuit board repair, how to get the right temperature and how to adjust a heater.

“The kids can come in and have a look around, see what’s available, ask questions, see if they can find a product that they like,” Ms Smith said.

They just need to pick a couple that they enjoy and then we can help them pick one up.” “

There are so many products out there.

They just need to pick a couple that they enjoy and then we can help them pick one up.”

She said the shop would be open from 9.30am to 6pm weekdays.

She said there was a “ticking timebomb” of products in stores, with many of them still out of stock, meaning the shop might have to close at any given time.

“It’s really important to have that space where kids can learn about electronics, and I think that’s something we’re very proud of,” Ms Morgan said.

The shop has been open since 1996 and is located in St Albans.

It’s also open to the public, and children are welcome to come in, even if they’re only a few years old.

“We love having kids come in to the shop to have a go,” Ms Mitchell said.

She also said the store had become a family activity, with some families coming in and out of the shop.

“I think the kids are really excited about it.

It definitely gives them a bit of a buzz,” she said.

‘It’s just the kids coming in’ The store also has a children’s area, where children can play and learn about electrical gadgets.

Ms Mitchell has worked at the shop since 1996, and said it was a busy day for the staff when they first opened the shop a few months ago.

“At first I was just looking at the kids,” she explained.

“Then it was kids just walking through, then the adults, and then the staff came in, and it was just the children coming in.”

We’re so proud of the kids, because they really do come in here and we’re here and do our job.

Ms Taylsons said the staff were happy with the business, and that it was the shop that was the best fit for her. “

They’re really excited to have us here,” Ms Taylors said.

Ms Taylsons said the staff were happy with the business, and that it was the shop that was the best fit for her.

“Our kids love it, and they’ve enjoyed it so much, so it’s a really good fit,” she says.

The Salvation Army also runs a similar shop in Melbourne, where it also sells toys, books and games.

“A lot of our children are in schools now, so we don’t have a lot of space for them to spend time,” Ms Taylor said.

For the staff at the electronics repair store, the focus was on the kids.

“My focus is on the children, and there’s been a lot more children coming into the shop,” Ms Tayslors says.

“But there are also a lot younger children in the store as well.”

Ms Taylas said the children’s experience of the electronics shop had been “pretty positive”.

“I’ve got to say that the kids really enjoy it,” she added.

“If they see it, they’ll know what’s up.”

The Salvation Church is currently running a number of events in the CBD including its annual Christmas Day Parade and a Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony.