Are you looking for a FUN and FREE event for the kids to get involved with over Half Term or up until Christmas?
To launch its first ever toy range of the hit PLAYMOBIL-inspired CITV series, Super 4, PLAYMOBIL will be hiding the world’s most expensive Super 4 figures across London (plated in 24 carat gold). Four themed adventure trails (Alex, Ruby, Gene and Twinkle) have launched this week for families to embark on an quest to find treasure!
Aimed at 5-9 year olds, there will be a reward for every entrant and toys sets will be given away every day during Half Term.
Super 4 is a new animated children’s TV series inspired by the world of PLAYMOBIL is set to air next week on CITV, introducing four new heroes for little ones to enjoy.
In the first episode, airing on Monday 1st September at 4pm on CITV, central characters, Alex, Gene, Ruby and Twinkle must stop some ferocious dragons from attacking the King’s castle. The series will run for six weeks, airing every weekday at 4pm, with repeats shown every weekday morning around 10.55am.
Super 4 is the very first TV series featuring PLAYMOBIL-inspired characters and worlds, and its UK premiere coincides with the German toy giant’s milestone 40th anniversary year. The series recently made its debut on French channel France 3, and is produced by Morgen Studios in Berlin and French company Method Animation.
Jamie Dickinson, Marketing Manager for Playmobil UK, commented, “It’s fantastic to welcome Super 4 to our screens and bring our distinctive characters to life for new adventures in animated form. We’re thrilled the show will be broadcast daily on CITV, and look forward to giving little ones something to look forward to after school.”
Visit the Super 4 Website to find out more.
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