During our bumper weekend, as well as all of the fantastic LEGO displays, build zones and marketplace, Bricks 4 Kidz will be supporting the event by providing building workshops for children, and adults, at the Yorkshire Brick Show. The children will be guided through the process of building motorised models based around Fair Ground Rides or shown how to create a mini Lego Earthquake model.
Fairy Bricks volunteers attend LEGO events around the UK and the rest of the world to raise money which allows them to buy LEGO at a discount, and donate them to Children’s Wards at hospitals and hospices local to the events that they attended.
The Yorkshire Brick Show will be back again in 2015. After our unprecedented success last year with over 6000 visitors in two days, we’ve taken your comments on-board, and this year we’re going for quality over quantity.
The first annual Yorkshire Brick Show has been and gone, and what a show it was. You may have read in some of the local press (Huddersfield Examiner) that we caused a little bit of chaos at the National Coal Mining Museum. When we first booked this show, we were worried that we wouldn’t get the crowds, but we ended up with 6,600 people attending over the weekend.
Wow! I can hardly believe it’s happening, but the first, annual Yorkshire Brick Show has turned from an idea into a reality. Featuring impressive creations with LEGO bricks from Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs) from around the country, nay, the world, the Yorkshire Brick Show is set to be the largest annual display of LEGO models and creations that Yorkshire has ever seen.