This December, London’s Covent Garden will host the LEGO Carousel of Creativity, an art installation celebrating the imaginations of children.
When the LEGO Carousel of Creativity arrives in London’s Covent Garden this Christmas, there will be five brick built characters celebrating children’s imaginations and a screen displaying builds that have been submitted by UK children. Festive models can be submitted via the LEGO Life app.
There’s be a digital version of the carousel on LEGO.com too when the real-life one launches on December 1. It will be in place until January 2.
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This Christmas will also see the return of Build to Give, an initiative in which the LEGO Group gives away 1.5 million LEGO sets worth up to $15 million to charity, as long as that many people share a LEGO model online with the #Buildtogive hashtag.
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Before the Carousel; of Creativity arrives in London, this weekend will see the city be one of three hosting a LEGO Harry Potter scavenger hunt, with a big prize bundle promised to the first to find the Flying Ford Anglia.
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