WIN a PLAYMOBIL Special Forces Firefighter, as they help launch London Fire Brigade’s 150th anniversary

London Fire Brigade have recruited a specialist #PLAYMOBILBrigade to release a catchy sing-a-long video, to ensure children know who to call when they are in danger.

To celebrate, I have a PLAYMOBIL Special Forces Firefighter to give away to 2 lucky Mummy Matters readers!

The new watch have a unique set of skills including singing, dancing and specialist clown rescue capabilities.

The video shows how London Fire Brigade fights more than just house fires and highlights how much they do for the community. It launches the Brigade’s 150th anniversary celebrations, as part of a partnership running into 2016 aiming to educate children about fire safety outside of the home.

In true PLAYMOBIL style, children can watch the fire service as they rescue clowns and a rock band from a road traffic accident, caused by a dragon crossing the road. They save an elderly lady from a flood as a pirate ship casually sails past, and attend an out-of-control campfire attended by Father Christmas and a cowgirl, showcasing the variety of heroic deeds our fire fighters do.

For your chance to win, simply watch the video here and answer the following question:

What is the second emergency our PLAYMOBIL firefighters are called to?

(Leave your comment below).

To browse the PLAYMOBIL Fire Brigade range, visit

January 1st 2016 marks the start of London Fire Brigade’s 150th year in operation.

To find out how to join in the celebrations throughout 2016, visit

The video will be used by London Firefighters and the Brigade’s Education team as part of their fire prevention outreach work, teaching children in foundation year classes (Nursery, Reception and Year 1) about the people who help us.

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