Children invited to take part in back to school sticker hunt

Children invited to take part in back to school sticker hunt

Children invited to take part in back to school sticker hunt

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CHILDREN are invited to take part in a fun Back to School Sticker Hunt at the Grays Shopping Centre.

During the hunt, kids must visit four specially chosen shops in the Centre - Sophie’s Toy Barn, The Fragrance Shop, Select and Holland & Barrett- to collect stickers to add to their Back to School leaflet.

Once all stickers are collected, children can exchange their entry form for a gift from Peacocks.

They will also gain entry into a free draw to win a Back to School ‘Survival Kit’.

The competition continues to run during the holiday and closes on Sunday, August 31.

Keith Evans, Centre Manager of the Grays Shopping Centre, said: “We hope children visiting the Centre over the coming weeks will take part in our Back to School Sticker Hunt.”

Over the summer, children enjoying the current Loom Band trend will be able to post pictures of some of their more unusual loom band creations on the Centre’s Facebook page.

Those with the best designs will be rewarded with loom bands from the Centre’s 99p shop.

Mr Evans added: “We are looking forward to seeing some of the innovative loom band creations on our Facebook page as we look for our ‘Loom Band Legend.”

For more information on the loom band competition, visit, facebook.com/graysshoppingcentre.

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4:31pm Wed 13 Aug 14

Jack222 says...

Why' Back to School'? Let the children enjoy their holidays without school being mentioned...
Why' Back to School'? Let the children enjoy their holidays without school being mentioned... Jack222
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9:56am Thu 14 Aug 14

woodsider says...

seriously! At this time in the month the words back to school are the worst kind of swearing in my house; kids are desperate to avoid thinking about that dreaded day only 2 and a half weeks away. The holidays have felt very short this year with the good weather.
seriously! At this time in the month the words back to school are the worst kind of swearing in my house; kids are desperate to avoid thinking about that dreaded day only 2 and a half weeks away. The holidays have felt very short this year with the good weather. woodsider
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