GET KIDS CURIOUS ABOUT THE WORLD THIS CHRISTMAS WITH A FIRST NEWS SUBSCRIPTION GIFT FOR 2019 www.firstnews.co.uk

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GET KIDS CURIOUS ABOUT THE WORLD THIS CHRISTMAS WITH A FIRST NEWS SUBSCRIPTION GIFT FOR 2019

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If you want to buy the children in your life something to spark their curiosity in the world, look no further than a subscription to children’s newspaper First News. The UK’s leading children’s title*, First News is published weekly and has over two million young readers. It offers 28 pages of news, entertainment, science and sport – covering all major news stories in a way that is engaging and accessible to 7-14 year olds. This Christmas, First News is offering a number of gift subscription options, including a 10 week subscription to First News for just £10 with the chance to add exclusive First News Top Trumps for £4.99 as a gift for under the tree. Subscriptions can also be bought for either 3 months, 4 months, 6-months or one-year and delivery is free of charge. The First News subscription will start on 1st Jan 2019 with the first issue (#655) being delivered during the Christmas season on Friday 4th Jan 2019. Editor Nicky Cox says: “First News provides children with unbiased information about all UK and world news – along with lots of interesting articles about a whole range of subjects from science to music. “In a world of technology, receiving a newspaper through the mail each week is hugely exciting and provides a source of news that children can trust. A First News subscription is literally the present that keeps on giving, delivered to your door every Friday! “Purchasing First News Top Trumps alongside your subscription also provides children with something special to unwrap on Christmas Day.”

For more information about the subscription offers available please visit: www.firstnews.co.uk/christmas or call 0330 333 0186