STAYING ON TRACK
Hampshire Life|February 2020
STAYING ON TRACK
A former secondary school teacher never dreamed her plan for her train-loving son would become an award-winning business
Duncan Hall

Chloe Cotton’s little boy Jasper was fanatical about trains, but got frustrated when his little brother started breaking up his track set-up.

When Chloe joked to her husband Jeremy that she should take over a sports hall and fill it with train tracks to stop Henry wrecking Jasper’s fun she little realised it would develop into a business idea.

Trainmaster, which Chloe launched in her home town of Andover two years ago this month, has now become a multi-award-winning idea, with franchises in Sussex, Berkshire, York, Oxford, Kent, Wiltshire and Tyne and Wear.

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February 2020