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Arriva North West are going on a Bear Hunt!

Written by The Reader, 21st February 2017
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Official travel partners on Bear Hunt Chocolate Cake & Bad Things, Arriva North West reveal Bear Hunt buses and a special offer for families.

In partnership with The Reader and The Storybarn, Arriva North West are the official travel sponsor for the fantastic pop up event Bear Hunt, Chocolate Cake & Bad Things at Liverpool ONE until April 23.

The interactive experience brings to life some of Michael Rosen's most loved works, inviting families to climb inside a giant chocolate cake, explore the rooms of Rosen's own childhood days and go on a bear hunt through swishy swashy grass and squelchy squerchy mud.

In support of the event, located on Thomas Steers Way in the heart of Liverpool ONEArriva North West have kitted out some of their city centre buses with the Bear Hunt artwork, even bringing the bear paws into the bus to help little bear hunters find their seats.

And that's not all - if families travel to Bear Hunt, Chocolate Cake & Bad Things on an Arriva Family Saver ticket, they can claim 10% off a family ticket to the experience when they arrive.

Julie Linforth, Marketing Director, Arriva North West says:

We are really excited to be supporting The Reader on the Michael Rosen event and we are hoping this will be the first of many Arriva can get involved with. Our main aim it to keep our customers connected, and with so many great attractions and events in Liverpool, there is a lot to see and do! Taking the bus can often get you much closer to where you want to be, all whilst avoiding high parking fares and city centre traffic. Make the bus journey part of the fun and keep an eye out for our Bear Hunt buses!’

Jane Davis, The Reader’s Founder and Director says:

“We’re thrilled to have Arriva on board as one of the supporters of this project. By using their network to bring people from across the Liverpool City Region to the heart of Liverpool ONE, they are helping families who might otherwise not have the opportunity to see some of Michael Rosen’s wonderful stories come to life.

 

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