Kids in Gloucestershire could win a year’s worth of free toys by designing their dream playground

Online toy store, Bargain Max, is offering kids in Gloucestershire the chance to win a year’s supply of free toys as part of a new competition to design a playground.

Let your child’s imagination run wild this summer and they could win the prize of a lifetime.

Online discount toy store, Bargain Max, is asking kids to design their dream playground for a chance to win a year’s worth of toys and a 3D visual of the playground they’ve designed.

All kids need to do is draw and describe their dream playground, then parents and carers can submit their designs via Facebook and Instagram to be in with a chance of winning.

The designs need to be as imaginative and creative as possible – think pirate ships equipped with water cannons to soak their friends and ice cream machines at the top of slides – with 15 designs being shortlisted.

Daniel McKay, head of digital for Bargain Max, said: ‘We know how happy children have been since local playgrounds have reopened and we can play with family and friends again, so we thought what better way to celebrate this than to ask children to dream big and design the ultimate playground!’

The competition is open to children under 16-years-old and closes on Monday 5 July 2021.

By Sophie Flowers

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Tuesday 15 June 2021

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