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Card game launches at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

PUBLISHED: 14:16 07 April 2016 | UPDATED: 14:16 07 April 2016

Toppy the Top Trumps mascot meets children at Lee Valley VeloPark, where magician Noel Qualter performed card tricks (Picture: Eleanor Bentall)

Toppy the Top Trumps mascot meets children at Lee Valley VeloPark, where magician Noel Qualter performed card tricks (Picture: Eleanor Bentall)

Eleanor Bentall

Fans of card game Top Trumps might recognise somewhere familiar in the new edition.

Magician Noel Qualter performs a card trick with Gracie Boar, four (Picture: Eleanor Bentall)Magician Noel Qualter performs a card trick with Gracie Boar, four (Picture: Eleanor Bentall)

The Adventure Days Out pack features top attractions around the country, including the Lee Valley VeloPark in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

To mark the pack’s launch, mascot Toppy joined magician Noel Qualter in entertaining children at the venue with tricks and games.

Managing director Kulvinder Sihota said: “Toppy has shown that our new Top Trumps cards can provide a lot of fun for both children and adults while at the same time giving people a taster of some of our many attractions in the Lee Valley.

“While playing the game, people may be inspired to follow in the pedals of top cyclists Sir Chris Hoy and Laura Trott in the velodrome track, experience the excitement of the BMX jumps and berms, ride the smooth one mile road circuit or tackle the challenging mountain bike trails at Lee Valley VeloPark.”


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