Chase and Skye, two of the fearless friends from family favourite TV show Paw Patrol, will be making their grand return to The Broadway Shopping Centre in Bradford on January 27th.
Both characters, who have risen to fame since the debut of Paw Patrol in 2013, will be taking part in six special narrated story time sessions on the malls from 10am until 3pm at the end of the month.
The visit marks a special return for the four-legged friends, following a successful story time session in early 2017 where Bradford children and their parents were thrilled by the tales of Chase and Skye’s crime-fighting missions.
Paw Patrol tells the story of a pack of search and rescue dogs as they protect the people of their shoreside town, Adventure Bay. A brand new season of the hit show is expected to begin airing in early 2018.
Broadway general manager Ian Ward said: “I’m sure there are a lot of parents and children out there who will be very excited to hear about the return of Chase and Skye to Bradford.
“Paw Patrol is a huge hit among children, and the characters have become stars in their own right as a result. Last year’s story time event was jam-packed with die-hard fans, and I’m expecting to see a lot of familiar faces when both characters return to the Centre at the end of the month.”
The story time sessions will take place at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm at The Broadway Shopping Centre. There is no booking required, but all spaces are allocated on a first come, first served basis so parents are encouraged arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Keep an eye on The Broadway’s website, Facebook and Twitter for more updates on the Paw Patrol story time.
"Last years story time event was jam-packed with die-hard fans, and Im expecting to see a lot of familiar faces when both characters return to the Centre at the end of the month."
Ian Ward, Broadway general manager
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