The new Famous Five Tonie character will be launched with a competition to win a family staycation in Norfolk.
To celebrate the launch of its latest Tonie – The Famous Five: A Short Story Collection – Tonies has teamed up with West Lexham in Norfolk to offer one family a two-night stay in a treehouse surrounded by nature. The winner will also receive a box set of the complete collection of Famous Five books, as well as the new Famous Five Tonie, along with a Toniebox.
The new Tonie tells the classic stories by Enid Blyton of summer days spent in the English and Welsh countryside and around the coast. When the group set off on their bikes with a picnic, adventure inevitably follows in the new audio for families.
Pinky Laing, UK partnerships at Tonies commented: “Tonies is committed to helping children ignite their imagination through the power and magic of storytelling. We are delighted to have released our new Famous Five Tonie that brings the classic stories of adventure by Enid Blyton to life for the next generation this summer.
“The Famous Five are among Enid Blyton’s most loved creations here in the UK, and countless children through the decades have gone adventuring with them since its first publication in 1942. We hope that families will enjoy playing the tales of the Famous Five gang to their children whilst they enjoy their family holidays this year. The enriching adventure led content is perfect for revitalising a love of outdoor discovery among children.”
Edmund Colville, managing partner at West Lexham added: “We are thrilled to have partnered with Tonies to celebrate Blyton’s Famous Five stories, which fuel a sense of adventure and discovery in us all. At West Lexham we hope to inspire families to get outside and explore all that our English countryside and nature has to offer.
“We welcome parents and their little ones for adventure holidays each year around our lake and grounds, both teaming with wildlife. We can’t wait for families to enjoy our enchanting treehouses, bell tents and cabins this summer.”