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Lego’s Batman and Robin head to Romford for The Entertainer’s grand re-opening

PUBLISHED: 17:00 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:16 07 March 2018

Lego's Batman and Robin and Jack will be at the grand re-opening of the Entertainer in Romford.

Lego's Batman and Robin and Jack will be at the grand re-opening of the Entertainer in Romford.

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Lego’s Batman and Robin characters will be making a special appearance at the grand re-opening of a toy shop in Romford.

Children will be able to enjoy a balloon modeller, in store demos and take part in a number of competitions at the re-opening of the Retailer at 9am on Saturday, March 10.

Appearances from Batman, Robin and The Entertainer’s very own Jack will happen between 10am and 4pm.

The Entertainer will be giving away £250 of free gift cards for the first 20 families to visit the store from 9am.

Sara Mansford, store manager at The Entertainer said: “It’ll be great for the children to meet some of their favourite life-sized characters and have their picture taken.”

Ahead of the opening, The Entertainer will be hosting a special trolley dash for children and families who are supported by Kids Inspire, a charity which helps young people who are at a social or economic disadvantage from trauma or mental health issues.

Rosalyn Luckman, fundraising and communications manager at Kids Inspire said: “We’re so happy to have been chosen by The Entertainer to take part in the charity trolley dash.

“The children are really excited to explore the store and take some new toys home with them.”

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