Looking to keep the kids busy this half-term? Well, there is an amazing event taking place in Sheffield, South Yorkshire that will have your little ones in awe.
Some of the UK’s Master Lego builders will be showcasing all the wonderful builds from huge castles and palaces, to cars, places and more. There is even a full-sized Second World War Jeep.
It’s taking place at High Storrs School this weekend from 11am to 4pm and will feature some amazing Lego creations built by experts.
Presented to you by Sheffield Lego User Group (SLUG), who have been busy creating crazy builds over lockdown, it’s sure to be special.
If you choose to visit, you’ll not only be able to view some fantastic builds but will also be able to get your hands on Lego materials to produce your own creations. Money will also be raised for Fairy Bricks, a charity that brights the lives of sick young children in hospitals through Lego, as well as raising money for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
The theme this year is ‘Spooktacular’ so expect some scary designs of a supernatural nature. Hull’s event earlier this year included a full-sized car in LEGO, a zoo, moving cranes and trains so expect some big builds.
Tickets are reasonably priced as well ranging from £3 to £10 depending on what time of day you choose to go.
If this sounds like a bit of you get your tickets here.