Win a £75 Argos Voucher with The Chad Valley Play Panel

We’re excited to be part of the new Chad Valley Play Panel, where we’ll be bringing you reviews of lots of fun Chad Valley toys in the run up to Christmas. To celebrate, Chad Valley are offering one lucky In The Playroom reader the chance to win a £75 Argos voucher, that you could spend on Chad Valley toys for your own kids. We’ll be bringing you a second Argos voucher giveaway nearer to Christmas too – so there’s double the chance of winning!

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I’m honoured to have been invited to be a part of the Chad Valley Play Panel. I grew up with Chad Valley toys and have always loved and cherished their products as they really do enable kids to use their imaginations. I feel that it is important to keep playing with traditional toys alive in an era where electronic devices and online games can sometimes dominate.

You can find out more about the Chad Valley Play Panel here

150 years old, the range of over 400 Chad Valley toys is exclusively available at Argos and the majority of toys are for babies, toddlers and younger children. The really special thing about Chad Valley is that all the toys are designed and developed purely with play in mind. That’s it, just pure play and imagination! So, you’ll see hero products such as the Wooden Police & Fire Station and the incredibly life-like Tiny Treasures newborn baby dolls, which are incredibly popular as they allow children aged 0-3 to submerge themselves in pure imagination, creating their own little worlds to play in. That said, older children are important too, which is why you’ll also find ranges like Design A Friend, offering imaginative fun for children up to the age of nine.

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With our first Chad Valley delivery, we were sent the Wooden Police & Fire Station along with the Chad Valley Wooden Castle and Chad Valley Hovercraft – look out for reviews coming very soon!

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What toys would you spend your voucher on if you win?

Giveaway

For your chance to be the lucky winner of the first £75 Argos voucher, enter via the Gleam widget below.

£75 Argos Voucher

Good luck!

 

211 thoughts on “Win a £75 Argos Voucher with The Chad Valley Play Panel”

  1. I can’t decide. Maybe the curved wooden kitchen or the Police/Fire Station, although they are such a great price I could get both and still have change for something else! 🙂

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  2. I would surprise my 4 year old grandson Rhys with the Chad Valley fire engine with lights and sounds. He wants to be a fireman when he grows up and he would have so much fun with this x

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  3. The Chad Valley range is great, as it’s so extensive and covers a wide age range. I would definitely spend the voucher on my son’s birthday and Christmas present and there are a few thigs I have picked out for him from the range: the vinyl dinosaur, the pop up fire truck and the chef kids play kitchen. Thanks for the chance to win, it would be great!

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  4. The hovercraft sounds fab, with 4 children we have most toys now and o always keep an eye out for something a little different ????

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  5. I’d spend the voucher on the Chad Valley Pipsie Interactive Horse! I’d also get the Cupcake Animated Unicorn and the 2 of the Pink and Purple Long Arm Monkeys!

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  6. I would get the 4-in-1 multi game table, bumper stationery set, and a scooter accessory pack for my son and paint your own ceramic set for my little sister x

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  7. Would have to be the Chad Valley Wendy house for my 2 Granddaughters
    who are 2 & 7 & due to have very twin siblings in December.

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  8. I don’t have any children but would love to win this prize to get a selection of toys to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  9. I would love to get the Chad Valley Tiny Treasures Newborn Open Eye Boy for my niece x 🙂 Thanks so much for the chance x

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  10. The first thing I would buy would be the Big Bag of Science for my 7 year old granddaughter who is fascinated by how things work and is showing all the signs of heading towards being a scientist like here mummy, grandma and great grandma
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  11. My daughter adores the design a friend dolls – she already has one so I would buy her a companion and an updated wardrobe of clothes!

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  12. Chad Valley Baby Night Time Projector would be lovely for my first grandchild due next year. We don’t know if it’s a boy or girl yet. So we would spend the rest once we know what it’s going to be

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  13. We love the chad valley stuff, my niece’s favourite bear is a rainbow one from them. I think we would choose something like the wooden table with train set as she loves playing with trains.

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  14. It would have to be the wooden castle for my nephew. It looks really lovely and would generate so much imaginative play – even if eventually Superman joined in.

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  15. i would get the Chad Valley Wooden 3 Storey Dolls House – Pink for my daughter, she would love the Police station too.

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  16. I love the tiny treasure dolls and everything you can get with them but i especially love the bubble exhaust what a great idea! Definitely going to get one of them.

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  17. I would spend it on a gorgeous new dolls house for my younger two daughters. They were given one a few months back by a freind and they haven’t stopped playing with it since. They have definitley earned a nice new one

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  18. I would get the Chad Valley Wood Shed Fire & Police Station and the Chad Valley Wooden Castle with Accessories for my son and the Chad Valley Wood Shed Ride On Train for my new to be niece or nephew 🙂

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  19. I’d buy the Giant Brown Teddy Bear for my little nephew and the rest I’d spend on stocking fillers for the family …

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  20. I would get the Hovercraft form my just 5 year old grandson, he loves imaginative play and I love to sit and listen to him talking to and as the characters.

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  21. Chad Valley 2-in-1 Wooden Dolls House and Kitchen Playset – my mum is a childminder and I know the kids would love both of these!

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  22. With Christmas creeping up :0 I would buy some prezzies for my son Leo who is 5 and my daughter Sofia who is 7 weeks old 🙂 Great review 🙂

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  23. my sons name is Chad he is 7 years old and wants to be in the navy wants to be a navy seal but trying to explain that is american he would love the Chad Valley Hovercraft

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