Brickies LEGO Workshops Future Event Dates TBC – Various Venues

Brickies LEGO Half Term Workshops

Usually at this time of year we would be sharing with you our Easter LEGO building workshops and all the fun things we have planned for the upcoming Easter holidays. Unfortunately we won’t be doing that right now as we just don’t know what position the country will be in at that point. With this in mind it doesn’t feel right to be promoting any future event dates right now.

However as a small business we cannot simply give up and surrender to the current situation either. We have worked incredibly hard over the last 5 years to build a business we can be proud of and it will be devasting to lose it to something that is completely out of our control. Sadly that is the reality we currently face with so many of our partner events already cancelled and our school clubs/ workshops postponed for a while.

The good news is we have exciting ideas and services that we will be releasing shortly to help pivot our business towards a current need whilst keeping true to our business value of promoting the importance of PLAY.

There has never been a more important time to provide structured play time for our children, to allow them the opportunity to escape the madness that surrounds them right now. A time to be free of any worry and stress that may have transferred to them by us adults who are frantically trying to work out what this is all about and how best to manage it all.

We are reaching out to our incredible customer base for support and in return we will provide your children with entertainment they can enjoy at home today and in the future at one of our building events.

We have published workshops at our usual venues but with a date to be confirmed. You can pre-pay for your ticket and be guaranteed a space for when a date is confirmed. If the future proposed date doesn’t work for you then you can carry that credit over to an event later in the year.

We will also be providing regular free online resources for you to share with your children. These will be a wide range of LEGO themed activities that will not only inspire them to get the most out of their own bricks but will provide snippets of educational goodness.. a bit like blended vegetables, the learning won’t be boring and obvious but fun and engaging.

It has long been our goal to build an online community of young master builders and we had plans to launch this service in September. As we are fast tracking our online club to fulfil a current need it is still a working progress and will evolve continually. The feedback and support from our community will be critical to the success of this new area of our business.

If you have any suggestions or feedback on any of the above please feel free to contact me personally

Thank you for your continued support.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our recommended age range for the Half Term workshop is 5-11 year old as we feel this age group will get the most out of the workshop. However we we would accept a 4 year old that is currently at school or any 12 year olds that wish to attend.

Please note that children under 5 will be required to have adult with them at the event or centre for the duration of the workshop.

The Movie Making workshop has a minimum age of 8 years old, unfortunately we cannot register anyone younger than this.

No. Parents have the choice as to whether they wish to drop and go or stay. All we ask is that each child is signed in on arrival and an emergency contact number is given prior to leaving. If parents decide to stay and have younger siblings with them please note that they are your responsibility and will not be able to join in with the activities unless a ticket has been purchased.
Unfortunately we are unable to allow the children to take home their LEGO creations.For the Movie Making workshop the children’s movies will be emailed to the person that registered them for the event.

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