Join Fireman Sam as he celebrates his birthday

Posted on April 10th, 2017

Fireman Sam’s Birthday now on DVD

What an awesome combination, what child doesn’t adore the long running character of Fireman Sam or look forward to their birthday? Put both of these together and you have a DVD guaranteed to delight little ones.

Fireman Sam's birthday DVD

Party planning for Fireman Sam

Everyone at the Station is trying to make Fireman Sam’s birthday a special one. Station Officer Steele has told Sam he should relax for the day and Charlie has asked Joe to make Sam a remote control model of Jupiter, Fireman Sam’s much loved fire engine. The whole village of Pontypandy are on the case organising a party at the fire station. Will things go to plan or will Pizza making prove their undoing? Find out in this great new DVD just released for Fireman Sam fans everywhere.

 

Fireman Sam's Birthday and other episodes on DVD

Need to Know

Retail Price £5.99
Episodes

Sam’s Birthday

Pontypandy in the park

Paddle on the great Party Panic

Pizza Pandemonium

Certificate

U

General Certificate

Film duration 50 minutes
Produced by Abbey Home Media
Stockists

HMV

Amazon

Play the loveable Fireman at Coombe Mill

We are very proud to have a copy in our games room for holiday guests to borrow. We even have the full dressing outfit for Fireman Sam and our own fire engine! Little ones will love coming back from a day on the farm and watching this family friendly DVD in the comfort of their own holiday property.  It is a lovely way to wind down and inspire imagination in children.

 

Dressing up as Fireman Sam from the Coombe Mill dressing up box.

Win your copy of Fireman Sam’s Birthday DVD with Abbey Home Media and Coombe Mill

 

Win Fireman Sam Sam's Birthday on DVD

 

To be in with a chance of winning this childhood favourite and inspiring creative play in your child just follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.

Fireman Sam: Sam’s Birthday on DVD

Disclosure

I was sent my copy of this DVD for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.