Here's how children in Dacorum can win a year's supply of free toys from Bargain Max
Design your dream playground and win a year's supply of free toys!
Children in Dacorum are being encouraged to get creative this summer and design their dream playground.
Summer has finally arrived and playgrounds across the UK are full of families and friends having fun. But what if your local playground was designed exactly the way you wanted it?
Leading online discount toy retailer, Bargain Max, has launched a competition in Hertfordshire asking children aged up to 16 years old to design, draw and describe their dream playground.
The retailer is asking parents and carers to submit their children’s dream playground designs via Facebook and Instagram for a chance to win a year’s supply of free toys along with an architect’s 3D model of their dream playground,
To be in with a chance of winning, the designs need to be as imaginative and creative as possible, drawing and describing each aspect of the playground they would love to see in their local park.
The competition runs until Monday, July 5, there will be a shortlisting stage before the overall winner is finally chosen.
Daniel McKay, head of digital for Bargain Max said: "We have launched a fantastic nationwide competition to welcome the warm weather and encourage children to spend more time outdoors.
"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 ages up to 16 years old, but we please ask that is the parent or guardian who enters their children’s design via Facebook or Instagram.
"Good luck to everyone, we are looking forward to seeing your dream designs and finding Britain’s next playground designer!”
For families interested in entering their children's dream playground design, full competition terms and conditions can be found on the Bargain Max website.