Published 06 May 2020
PAW Patrol fans will be able to see their favourite characters during February half term (Thursday 13 February to Sunday 23 February 2020) as The Lexicon hosts the amazing PAW Patrol brick trail, presented and built by BRICKLIVE.
Families are invited to come to the town centre to search for the brightly coloured toy brick models which will be located throughout The Lexicon.
There are 21 models in total featuring favourite characters and buildings from the hit Nick Jr show including Chase, Marshall, Skye and the gang.
The Lexicon is one of the first venues to host the official PAW Patrol brick models, with the pups ranging in size from 75cm to 120cm high. Model builders are busy preparing the characters and the mighty models will be unveiled just in time for February half term.
PAW Patrol fans are set to be stunned with the trail featuring a 2-metre-tall Lookout Tower using more than 65,000 bricks! Families can also pose for a selfie in Marshall’s Fire Truck – made up of a whopping 141,000 bricks!
Sue Boor, head of marketing at The Lexicon says: “We’re delighted to be welcoming the PAW Patrol brick trail to The Lexicon. With 21 amazing models making up the trail, we are sure families will have a lot of fun as they explore The Lexicon looking for each character and building.”
Get involved with the PAW Patrol Trail this February half-term...
Complete the trail, answer the questions and fill in the survey to receive a PAW Patrol sticker book*, a LEGOLAND Windsor Pop Badge*, 20% off a day ticket to the LEGOLAND
Windsor Resort and a chance to WIN a LEGOLAND Windsor Resort premium annual pass for a family of up to five people. terms & conditions apply
PAW Patrol entry forms will be located by the different models throughout town.
Completed forms should be handed in at the Information Hub which will be outside M&S (Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 11am to 5pm.
Closing date for entries is 5pm Sunday 23 February 2020.
The 21 models can be found within the following locations:-
- Mayor Goodway in Waitrose
- Mayor Humdinger in M&S
- Zuma (full contact) in M&S
- Kitten Rubble in Fatface
- Chase (full contact) in Fenwick
- Marshall in New Look
- Kitten Marshall in Flying Tiger
- PAW Patrol Selfie Mosaic (full contact) in Boots
- Rocky (full contact) in Primark
- Kitten Skye in Matalan (upstairs)
- Kitten Rocky in The Entertainer
- Everest (full contact) in Waterstones
- The Lookout Tower, Skye, Marshalls Fire Engine Sit-in-Selfie (full contact) and Rubble all located within Princess Square
- Kitten Zuma in Clarks
- Kitten Chase in Trespass
- Ryder in foyer of Bracknell Town Council / Brooke House (High Street)
- Control Tower Base Interactive HQ (full contact) in Cineworld
- Tracker in H&M
* Limited availability of 3,500 sticker books and pop badges. One sticker book and pop badge given per completed form/survey.
PAW Patrol Hamper giveway terms & conditions
Want to win a PAW Patrol hamper worth over £50? Simply join us at The Lexicon this half-term and snap a picture of you or your family enjoying the pup-tastic takeover then share your favourite snap (just one) in the comments of this post to be in with a chance of winning.