We are in conjunction with Slough BID to provide a family fun ‘Safari’, a story-trail, to help spread joy, support the NHS and give families a safe reason to return into Slough.
Launching on 3rd August, families and households in Slough will be invited to search the shopping centre and high street for 10 cute and colourful MonsterHeroes. Using only smartphones, the Safari allows you to learn each of the MonsterHero’s name, story, and superpowers. Once all 10 MonsterHeroes are found, a free e-book, that tells the story of their first team-up, will be unlocked. The Safari works by utilising contactless NFC technology and QR codes, without the need for players to download or sign up to anything, they simply need to tap or scan to play. The Safari aims to bring some sort of normality back to high streets and demonstrates an effective opportunity to entertain and excite shoppers. A clever way to help increase Queensmere Observatory and Slough town centre footfall while ensuring the safety of the public.
Over 100 BIDs and councils across the UK are taking part in the MonsterHero Safari project, which has been sponsored by Wild in Art, with the aim of raising over £100k for NHS Charities Together. In times of great stress, this project aims to provide the local community with a memorable experience that will bring a smile to the community of Slough.
To learn more about the story-trail please go to www.monsterherosafari.com