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Alpha Group UK reaches 80,000 families with Super Charge Your Summer Campaign

Alpha Group UK is celebrating the success of its Super Charge Your Summer Campaign, an initiative that saw more than 80,000 families from across the nation engage with a variety of interactive activities across the company’s Super Wings Facebook and Instagram social media platforms. The campaign was launched in the …

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Alpha Group UK makes award-winning Super Wings learning resources available for home schooling

Alpha Group UK has been awarded recommended status by iChild for its Super Wings national pre-school campaign which ran during autumn winter 2019. As a support for parents, key workers and families balancing home schooling, the brand is now making the learning resources available for free download, during these unprecedented …

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Alpha Group UK extends master toy range for Super Wings as season four comes in to land

Alpha Group UK has detailed the launch of Season Four of its hit pre-school animation Super Wings, as well as an extended master toy range that will see new products introduced this autumn/winter. Season Four introduces a new Super-Charge theme which sees the Super Wings characters physically transform into stronger, …

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Alpha Group UK’s TerraSect is back ‘by unprecedented consumer demand’

Alpha Group UK has brought back its Christmas 2018 sell-out sensation, TerraSect, just in time for the A/W19 season, as it looks to stamp its presence on the RC sector with its own ‘innovative technology.’ As the company expands its RC toy range, it remains optimistic that the product can …

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Alpha Group’s Reg Sookee completes 100 mile cycle for Shooting Star Children’s Hospice

Alpha Group UK’s Reg Sookee has completed a gruelling 100 mile bike ride to raise money for the UK children’s charity, Shooting Star Children’s Hospice. Sookee finished the challenge in a time of five hours 57 minutes and managed to raise over £1,200 through his efforts for the organisation. After …

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