The Return of Jack

Friday, 19 September 2014 by

A ride on a cable car should be the making of a grand day out. Today the excursion looks to be in jeopardy as the cable car has broken down and the occupants are in danger of falling into the crocodile infested waters below. Coming swiftly to save the day is Jack Stone and his

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Peter Reid will be at the show

Wednesday, 17 September 2014 by

Peter Reid, one of only a handful of AFOLs to have one of his models turned into an official LEGO set, will be in attendance at the show again this year. He’ll be displaying prototypes of his Exo-Suit model along with other similar creations. The Exo-Suit set sold out within hours at the online LEGO shop

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London 1875 – Capital of an Empire

Tuesday, 16 September 2014 by

1875, London is bustling with life being at the centre of an Empire.  As the capital grows new transport networks are constructed.  However not everything is so glorious and there are parts of the capital which are less privileged… Last year Brick To The Past (a group of LEGO historical fans) brought us Tigelfah, a medieval

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The Tabernacle

Saturday, 13 September 2014 by

Simon Pickard will be displaying a scale model of the Jewish Tabernacle. This was a mobile temple that the Jewish nation used during their years of exile in the desert. The model is built using the detailed descriptions in the Bible which include sizes, specific materials and colours for almost every aspect. This was created

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