Disney doctor drops in on Sheffield store

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Youngsters are invited for a health check-up when a children’s TV star drops in on Sheffield.

Disney Junior star Doc McStuffins is heading to the city with Doc’s Check-up Clinic.

Doc McStuffins is heading to Sheffield as part of a brand new national tour 'Doc 's Check-Up Clinic',  inspired by the Disney Junior hit animated series of the same name.  Free to the public,  the hit series for children models good health, nurturing and compassion through stories of a young girl, Doc, a would-be doctor, who cares for and can communicate with her toys that include Lambie and Stuffy.

Doc McStuffins is heading to Sheffield as part of a brand new national tour 'Doc 's Check-Up Clinic', inspired by the Disney Junior hit animated series of the same name. Free to the public, the hit series for children models good health, nurturing and compassion through stories of a young girl, Doc, a would-be doctor, who cares for and can communicate with her toys that include Lambie and Stuffy.

A Disney spokesman said: “The popular series promotes good health, nurturing and compassion through stories of a young girl, Doc, a would-be doctor, who cares for and can communicate with her toys that include Lambie and Stuffy.”

Now children can get involved when the clinic arrives at Smyths Toy Superstore, Drakehouse Retail Park, on Monday, from 11am to 5pm.

The spokesman said: “It will give show fans a chance to meet their favourite characters.

“Doc fans will be able to dress up in a doctor’s tunic, with their own stethoscope and clipboard in preparation for their training.

“They will then be invited to step in to Doc’s clinic where they will meet their patient, Big Ted, hear about his symptoms and learn how to help make Ted better by diagnosing the problem and giving treatment.

Anna Hill, of Disney UK, said: “We understand visiting the doctor can be a scary experience for children,

“Doc’s clinic will help lessen the fear associated with the doctor’s office by offering children a fun, familiar and engaging way to experience playing the role.”