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The Entertainer looking to reward lockdown superhero children

The toy retailer kicked off a £5,000 giveaway on National Superhero Day.

High street toy retailer The Entertainer is looking for children who have been particularly big superheroes during lockdown.

From helping their younger brothers and sisters with school work or supporting an elderly neighbour with errands, lockdown has brought out even more kindness in children across the country.

The Entertainer wants to celebrate as many of these child heroes as possible, so yesterday (28 April) on National Superhero Day, it launched a major £5,000 giveaway, where 250 lucky heroes will win a £20 voucher to spend in The Entertainer stores.

One lucky winner will also win a VIP shopping experience with Batman.

To be in a chance of winning, entrants will need to enter online via The Entertainer website, nominating their child superhero during the pandemic. The competition will be open for entries between 28 April and 12 May, and the lucky winners will be able to pick up their voucher from their local The Entertainer store.

To be in with a chance of winning, members of the public can apply by clicking here.

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