A Messy Adventure with Persil and Roald Dahl & Roald Dahl Gift Bag Giveaway


Persil has tamed up with the Roald Dahl Literary Estate and Quentin Blake to give every family their very own Messy Adventure this summer. For the first time ever, some of the best loved, and most feared heroes and villains of Roald Dahl’s stories have been brought together in a brand new interactive adventure story,   


The ‘My Messy Adventure’ story enables every child (and big kids) to be the hero of their very own Roald Dahl story, where they will get to meet The Witches, Matilda or James (James and the Giant Peach) along the way.  Free to play at www.persil.co.uk/Roald-Dahl, the story will encourage families to get outside and go exploring this summer, from the back garden to a local park. We have already had our very own messy adventure in our local park and the boys loved it, It was a great way to get outdoors and enjoy a fun interactive story together.

These Specially branded Persil small & mighty wash packs are available in store.

A study was conducted by Persil among parents and children aged 6 to 12 to launch ‘My Messy Adventure’ which reveals that almost half of children (41%) blame the weather for their reluctance to get outside with a fifth (20%) describing outdoor activities as ‘too boring.’ Typical out door activities are also on the decline as over half of children have never been on a nature trail (51%) or been camping (57%) and over three quarters (80%) have never tried orienteering.  However, parents no longer see technology as a barrier to outdoor play as almost half (49%) believe their children would play outside more if technology had had an enhanced role, with 72% believing that technology can stimulate children’s imaginations.

We are delighted to team up with Persil to give three lucky readers the chance to WIN a Roald Dahl Gift Bag


 (Follow the instructions below) *Book content may vary.

WIN A Roald Dhal Gift Bag

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209 comments

  1. Matilda (but to be honest I love them all!)

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  2. Charlie & the chocolate factory is mine, then The twits is my sons.

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  3. Mine is James and the Giant Peach.

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  4. Linda Harrickie2 August 2015 at 22:20

    James and the Giant Peach

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  5. I love Danny champion of the world...I also love the film of this book with the adorable Jeremy irons!

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  6. I love Matilda - brilliant book!

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  7. I love Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes

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  8. they are all great but Charlie & the Chocolate Factory

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  9. The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me, but love them all

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  10. The Twits
    Claire D

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  11. Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  12. Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  13. Esio Trot

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  14. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  15. CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

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  16. the twits !!!!!!! fab giveaway xx

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  17. i use to love reading the twits.

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  18. I love all of them but if I had to pick it would be Charlie and the chocolate factory x

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  19. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  20. George's Marvellous Medicine - have always loved the evilness of it!

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  21. Danny the champion of the world

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  22. JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH

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  23. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  24. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  25. I love Danny the Champion of the world

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  26. Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  27. Definitely Georges Marvellous Medicine, I remember being a kid and trying to make my own :) - Jessica Walker

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  28. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  29. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  30. Matilda
    carole n

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  31. charlie and the chocolate factory

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  32. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!

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  33. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  34. Hi there - we've had a very democratic vote and decided on the Twits

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  35. Love them all- did nobody like the Magic Finger?

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  36. Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  37. Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  38. George's marvellous medicine!

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  39. Probably Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  40. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  41. Esiotrot I loved that book when I was little and now I love reading it to my children x

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  42. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  43. Anne-Marie Martin16 August 2015 at 13:04

    The BFG

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  44. Charlie and the chocolate factory
    Trevor Linvell

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  45. So hard to choose. Think Matilda though

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  46. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is just classic

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  47. Charlie & the chocolate factory is a great book

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  48. The BFG @jaizduck

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  49. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  50. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  51. The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me

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  52. The twits

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  53. Charlie and the chocolate factory

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  54. George's marvellous medicine. My sister and I used remake concoptions in my nans bathroom!

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  55. Matilda - I used to read it over and over

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  56. I love all Roald Dahl books, it's a hard choice, I was a big reader as a child but if I had to choose I think Matilda, or the BFG, no the witches, or maybe Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Oh, I just can't decide on one...

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  57. James and The Giant Peach

    @polly58

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  58. The twits! A fantastic book
    @kazhappycomper

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  59. Danny the Champion of the World.

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  60. Charlie & the Chocolate Factory

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  61. Charlie and the Chocolate factory :D

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  62. Currently my daughter has Fantastic Mr Fox on a CD on loop so has to be that one.

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  63. BFG and Danny champion of the world. xx

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  64. Charlie and the Chocolate factory

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  65. Really hard to choose just one, but for me growing up it was George's Marvelous Medicine

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  66. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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