PAW Patrol toy brick trail coming to Birmingham city centre
Posted on: 06/11/19
No job too big, no pup too small!PAW Patrol fans will be able to meet their favourite characters this Christmas as Retail BID Birmingham brings the amazing PAW Patrol toy brick trail to the city centre.
The stunning spectacle, featuring 21 characters and buildings from the hit Nick Jr. show, has been built by BRICKLIVE from brightly coloured toy bricks and placed around the city centre retail district until January 3, 2020.
Are you all ears?
Characters Chase, Marshall, Skye and the gang will be in locations such as Selfridges, John Lewis, The Mailbox, M&S, Primark, Great Western Arcade and Piccadilly Arcade, among many other places.
The pups range in size from 75cm to 120cm high. Model builders have been busy preparing the pups and the mighty models were unveiled on Wednesday, November 6.
Families can pick up a trail map to take part in a ‘Pups Save Christmas’ mission to be in with a chance of winning £250 worth of shopping vouchers by answering 18 questions about the plucky characters.
The trail will also feature a 2-metre-tall Lookout Tower using over 65,000 bricks; and a selfie-zone of Marshall’s Fire Truck using a whopping 141,000 bricks.
Sam Watts, Chair of Retail BID Birmingham, said: “The Retail BID PAW Patrol BRICKLIVE trail is an opportunity for city centre visitors to come together and enjoy these amazing models. From little ones to big kids, we will have something for all fans of toy bricks and PAW Patrol.
We hope families take advantage of this free event and explore the city centre’s stores and arcades as they visit each PAW Patrol model on the trail. The quiz and trail competitions will keep the whole family busy and with this event being free for all, we hope to ignite imaginations across Birmingham.”
PICK UP YOUR TRAIL MAP FROM BULLRING & GRAND CENTRAL CUSTOMER SERVICE DESKS OR ANY OF THE BELOW LOCATIONS
City centre locations for Paw Patrol pups and installations:
House of Fraser
The Coventry Building Society, Corporation Street
Lloyds Bank, Corporation Street/New Street
M&S, High Street
Primark, High Street
Waterstones, High Street
Boots, High Street
The Entertainer, Bullring
Kitty Café, Grand Central
Metro Bank, High Street
Soho Coffee Co, Bullring
Piccadilly Arcade (x2 displays)
Great Western Arcade (x3 displays)