A SHOPPING centre in Burgess Hill is looking for at least two children aged between five and ten who want to test out the latest toys, games and gadgets in the run-up to Christmas.

The Martlets wants the youngsters to be its “own little experts”.

They will be filmed talking about the toys and games and, in their own words, explaining how they work, what they like about them and what rating they would give them.

It will give mothers and fathers and grandparents a steer on what might be a good idea for their youngsters for Christmas.

Every month the centre will be giving away the toy, game or product the little experts have tested.

Centre manager Ian Goodridge said: “After launching our kids’ club back in July, we have been looking for ways to make shopping with us easier for families.

“Little experts will do just that.

“Parents will be able to hear straight from the children all about the latest toys and hopefully make the decision of what to buy their own little ones a bit easier over what can be quite a stressful and busy time for mum and dad.

“Our Little Experts will try the latest gadgets, games and toys from the stores in Martlets Shopping Centre and we will film them giving them a try and letting us know exactly what they think of them.

“These videos and reviews will be uploaded to our social media pages each month and we will be giving customers the opportunity to win great prizes as well.

“People can put their children forward for the challenge via our facebook page, telling us why their child should become our Little Expert.”