London 2012 Olympic mascot Wenlock and Paralympic mascot Mandeville were created from the last drops of steel left over from the Olympic Stadium. They’ll now be heading off on the final stage of their journey to the London 2012 Games in an exciting animated film, “Rainbow to the Games,” created by world-famous author Michael Morpurgo, exclusively at ODEON cinemas throughout the month of May as part of their Kids Club screenings.
We have the special opportunity for one lucky winner to win a family ticket* to see the animation at their local ODEON! And that’s not all! You’ll also have the chance to win your own Wenlock and Mandeville mascot goody bag FULL of goodies including Wenlock and Mandeville plush toys, colouring books and lots of other fantastic London 2012 merchandise.
To watch Wenlock and Mandeville’s story so far and play a series of exciting games visit the Mascots’ website www.london2012.com/mascots
For your chance to win, answer this simple question – what are Wenlock and Mandeville made out of?
a) Drops of rain
b) Drops of steel
c) Drops of cloud
d) Drops of plastic
To be in with a chance of winning e-mail your Answer, Name, Age and Address to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(The winner will be picked at random)
Terms and Conditions
*The free family ticket is valid for any ODEON Kids performance until 30/11/12, not valid for any other performance, and provides access for 1 adult, 3 children or 2 adults, 2 children.