360 Play World Book Day Costume Swap
Monday, February 10th
As a family focused business, 360 Play are always looking to the future and are always searching for ways to be more carbon friendly and sustainable. Ahead of World Book Day on Thursday 5th March we will be hosting a costume swap session on Monday 10th February. Costume swapping is the most fun way to recycle! Children get new-to-them costumes and parents get to save money and do their bit for the planet at the same time. We'd love children to have a variety of costumes to choose from so we'd love you and your school to get involved.
World Book Day comes just once a year and most costumes will only be worn once… maybe twice if there’s a younger sibling willing to wear it another year. Chances are that your costumes are still in good enough shape to be passed along to another child and so at 360 Play World Book Day just got more parent AND planet friendly.
Here is how it works! Drop off your clean, gently used costumes to 360 Play between 22nd January and 10th February and we’ll give you a ticket to come back to the event on 10th February after 3pm to find a new costume. If you already have a costume sorted but would still like to donate then all costume donations will be gratefully received at the centre reception.
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360 Play Mk
27 Roebuck Way
The event runs from 3:00pm to 5:30pm on the following dates.
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