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BT TV's ‘Pawsome competition’ gives kids the chance to design their own character for Nick Jr. Uk and win a family holiday

Press release   •   Aug 04, 2017 11:49 BST

BT TV has launched a competition that challenges children to put pen to paper this summer and create their own PAW Patrol pup design.

All entrants who take on this task to create a pup will be in with the chance to see their drawing come to life through animation, as one illustration will be selected and animated by Nick Jr. UK this summer. The competition celebrates BT TV’s extensive kids offering and runs until 11 August 2017.

As well as seeing their doggy design come to life in cartoon form, the lucky winner will also jet off on a holiday for four people to the Dominican Republic, to enjoy a stay at the five-star Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana. The resort is the first of its kind in the world and families can enjoy playing in the Aqua Nick playground or relax in the luxurious spa – there is something for everyone to enjoy.

There will also be five runner-up prizes giving away other great goodies from Nick Jr.

BT TV has an incredible mix of nine children’s channels including Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Disney, and Cartoon Network. Children can watch the latest episodes of their favourite shows and enjoy more than 2,000 episodes a month of kids’ entertainment on demand.

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