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Rainbow Productions takes famous children’s brands to visitor attractions over August Bank Holiday weekend

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This August Bank Holiday Rainbow Productions is set to manage the personal appearances of famous children’s characters at a number of UK visitor attractions.
 

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In Scotland M&Ds in Motherwell, Lanarkshire has arranged for Peppa Pig and her little brother George to make guest appearances inside the leisure park at various intervals on Bank Holiday Saturday and Sunday.
 
Welsh adventure theme park and zoo attraction Folly Farm, located in Pembrokeshire, is hosting a visit by HIT Entertainment’s licensed properties Thomas the Tank Engine and The Fat Controller for two days from Monday 29th.
 
In the South West of England on Bank Holiday Monday guests visiting The Big Sheep in Devon will be able to meet Peppa Pig; in Cornwall, families will have an opportunity to see Scooby-Doo at the Flambards Experience.
 
As part of the Bank Holiday Family Fun hosted in the grounds of Harewood House near Leeds, Ben Elf and Princess Holly from Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom will be meeting and greeting visitors on the Sunday and Monday.  The Piplings characters Yojojo, Lau Lau, De Li and Nok Tok – seen in television series, Waybuloo – will also be making personal appearances at various intervals on both days.  Yojojo from Waybuloo is pictured here during his first public appearance: a story-telling and children’s yoga session held at Westfield London.

About Rainbow Productions

London based Rainbow Productions has over 25 years experience in creating high quality, bespoke promotional costumes and mascots for clients in all sectors. Widely regarded as the European leader in the creation of mascots, we work with clients in a wide range sectors, including the leisure industry, sports clubs, retail, shopping centres, local councils and FMCG brands.

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