PAW Patrol to appear at Selfridges for a grrrr-eat start to the school holidays.

The adventurous PAW Patrol gang will be giving shoppers a grrrr-eat start to the school holidays when they visit Selfridges in the Bullring this half term.

Youngsters will be have the chance to have the paw-fect day when they meet their heroes Chase and Marshall from PAW Patrol in the iconic store.

PAW Patrol is a popular cartoon series which originates from Canada. It follows the adventures of a boy named Ryder who leads the pack of rescue dogs called PAW Patrol.

The duo will be in-store on Wednesday 22nd February between noon and 5pm in the Kids section to give young shoppers the chance to take a selfie with Chase and Marshall and take part in an array of fun activities.

Customers will be able to take part in a colouring competition, running throughout the February half term, for a chance to win their favourite cuddly toy pup.

Sam Watts, general manager of Selfridges said “We are really looking forward to having PAW Patrol into the store and we know that the hundreds of young children and their parents from in and around the city will be excited to come and meet the pair of pups.”

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