Win a Peugeot 208

25 Oct, 2012 12:41pm

Design your own version of the Peugeot 208, and help raise money for Children In Need

Budding car designers have got a chance to create their own version of the Peugeot 208 – our current Supermini of the Year – while helping the BBC’s Children In Need charity.

The designer of the best car in the ‘Pudsey’s Dream Wheels’ competition will win a 208, but they’ll have to impress judges who include Peugeot designer Gilles Vidal and Auto Express editor-in-chief Steve Fowler.

Using Peugeot’s online configurator, entrants can choose a colour and graphics, then add everything from a Pudsey eye patch to wings and eye lashes. It’s free to play around with the configurator, but it costs £3 to enter, with all proceeds going to the charity. To take part, click on www.pudseysdreamwheels.co.uk.

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How can an organisation that helped sexually abuse so many vulnerable children for so many decades expect us to donate money to them to help stop such abuses?