Kids invited to get arty to win private soft play party at Lets Explore

Lets Explore, a new premium soft play centre for children in Horley which opens on Saturday 21st October, is inviting local children to get arty for the chance to win a private party for them and up to nine friends.

In line with Lets Explore's three distinctly themed play zones - under the sea, the jungle and space - the competition invites youngsters up to 10 years old to draw a picture of an imaginary adventure in one of the three settings.

All drawings must be submitted on A4 paper and children can use whatever medium they like from pens and pencils to paint or collage materials.

Entries should be posted to Lets Explore Adventure Picture Competition, c/o Gemma Hook, PMW Communications, Stane Court, Stane Street, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 9HP by Friday 3rd November 2017.

Each entry must have the following information written on the back: child's name, child's age, contact details including telephone number and email address and school name (terms and conditions apply).

Four finalists will be selected by the team at Lets Explore and then posted onto the soft play centre's Facebook page where the public will be invited to vote for their favourite. The child whose picture receives the highest number of votes will then be crowned the winner.

Stuart Duncan, general manager at Lets Explore, commented:  

"We are really excited to be running this competition for youngsters. Our whole ethos at Lets Explore is about letting children unleash their imagination through play. The creative drawing opportunity is just another way for them to do this and we are really excited to see all the under the sea, jungle or space adventure designs. The winner will be treated to an amazing private party for them and their friends that will include an hour and a half's play session, party food from our on-site restaurant Blacks Burgers as well as a goody bag each."

Parents who'd like to learn more about the facility, or book memberships ahead of the launch, are encouraged to call the centre on 01293 826800 or email