Timeless toy helps children build their imagination

LEGO FUN: Sam Carter enjoys Mowbray School's Lego fair. Picture:SARAH CALDECOTT (7156634)

BUILDING BLOCKS: Jake Wright takes in one of the creations at Mowbray School's Lego fair. Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

LEGO FUN: Sam Carter at Mowbray School's Lego fair in Bedale. Picture:SARAH CALDECOTT

LEGO FUN: Adam Harrison, 3, with his mum Barbara at Mowbray School's Lego event. Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

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LEGO railways, buildings and vehicles of every imaginable kind were on display at a school event.

The celebration of the timeless construction toy took place at Mowbray School in Bedale, North Yorkshire this Saturday (June 14).

It was organised by the school for children with special educational needs and Brickshire, The Yorkshire Lego User Group.

In addition to the imaginative displays of Lego work, were sales of pre-loved Lego and an opportunity for youngsters and their families to try their own creations and play with the building bricks in Lego play areas.

Raffles and stalls were also on offer at the Mowbray Lego Event.

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