PAW Patrol stars come to Leeds

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Popular children’s TV show PAW Patrol will be bringing two of its canine stars to Trinity Leeds this half-term holiday.

Performing dogs Chase and Marshall will be meeting fans at toy shop The Entertainer on Wednesday October 26 from 10am-5pm.

The pawsome pair are happy to have their photos taken with youngsters, and the store will also be running Pup Pup Boogie sessions, where children can learn the dance moves to the PAW Patrol theme tune at 11.10am, 12.40pm, 2.10pm and 3.40pm.

Free tickets can be purchased from The Entertainer to timed sessions to meet the dogs.

Trinity Leeds marketing manager Dan Wharton said:

“It’s absolutely brilliant that PAW Patrol have chosen to bring their tour to Trinity Leeds, I know a lot of children will be majorly excited to see Chase and Marshall.

“We’re expecting a brilliant turn-out so try and get your free ticket early to avoid disappointment. Also, keep an eye on our social media for any PAW Patrol news or updates.”

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