Aliens spotted along Bromley High Street

PUBLISHED: 10:23 16 August 2016 | UPDATED: 10:23 16 August 2016

Bromlins at Barracudas activity camp

Bromlins at Barracudas activity camp


They were visiting last week

Shoppers in Bromley had a close encounter last week when two colourful aliens took to the streets.

The Bromlins, met children and families and handed out toys for a summer-long competition.

Alien sightings were recorded at the Churchill Theatre, cinema and a local children’s summer camp.

Toy Bromlins have been handed out to hundreds of children in the area and youngsters, who don’t have a toy, can also enter the competition by picking up their own paper version to cut out and colour in from the guest services desk at intu Bromley or download a copy via the intu Bromley website.

Entrants can win a prize by sending in a picture of their Bromlin toy or cut-out via the hashtag #BromlinsHaveLanded.

The alien duo have become a common site in the town centre, as they promote the latest goings on at the intu shopping centre.

During the latest visit, the mascots were spotted watching a recent show of Aliens Love Underpants at the Churchill Theatre, before visiting the Barracudas Activity Camp, based at Bromley High School, in Blackbrook Lane.

Craig Higgins is the marketing manager at the shopping centre.

He said: “We want families to enjoy a summer of fun with the Bromlins and enter our #Bromlinshavelanded competition which has great weekly prizes up for grabs.

“At the end of the six-week competition we will choose one overall winner who has submitted the best photo of their toy or cut out Bromlin to win the grand prize of a family day out in London, including a Merlin family day pass to a selection of exciting attractions.

The competition lasts until September 4.

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