Mr Cholmondeley-Warner wrote:All you need for that is a touch up brush. Just put the paint into the chip in tiny dots until you fill it (in layers small enough to dry quickly). Keep as little paint as possible on the brush. Dip it, then wipe almost all the paint off. Be careful of paint on the stem of the brush which will run down unexpectedly and make big blobs. If you get too much on, wipe it off straight away and start again. The Halfords kit should be fine although aftermarket paint isn't always a great match.
I've sent an email to a Skoda dealer to see if they've got any touch up kits in stock.
I didn't actually buy my car from the nearest dealer, I got mine from Swindon, but the nearest one (in terms of distance) is the Skoda dealership in Newbury.
I didn't buy my car from there because the staff were quite rude when my parents went in to see if we could get a Yeti, so we went to the Swindon one and they were superb, so as soon as I said I wanted a Citigo, my parents whisked me off to the Swindon dealer
Thanks for your help so far! Hopefully it won't be long before I can upload pictures of my pristine bumper