Lego Animals at Slimbridge

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  1. Barbara Fletcher says:

    We 60-somethings enjoyed it too – something for everyone at Slimbridge!

  2. These are fabulous – I haven’t been to Slimbridge for ages, but I hope they find their way to our nearest WWT in Barnes before long. #whatevertheweather

  3. I love Lego sculptures – the people who make them really are talented! I’ll have to have a google to find out where the tour is going next! #whatevertheweather Sabrina xx

  4. Christine says:

    The Lego workshop sounds great fun, pretty sure my son would enjoy it. The models look amazing too, I wonder how long they took to make?! #countrykids

  5. What a fabulous trail! I’ve heard good things about Slimbridge, but we’ve yet to visit – we must get there one day! #CountryKids

  6. This is somewhere I’ve always wanted to visit and with Lego thrown into the mix looks like I need to find a way to make it happen #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      You must! Although, if there is a WWT centre closer to you, the Lego animals may be going there for a while.

  7. Coombe Mill says:

    What a great idea, merging every kids favourite play thing with nature to get them really interested. It’s great that Rich got to have a go with some Lego too, what guy can say no to the stuff? Those statues are brilliant, it’s amazing the amount of Lego blocks it takes to build one, and how much time it must take too! It’s sweet that Emily was excited to lead Freyja around the Lego statues once she’d finished in her workshop too. Thanks for linking up with me on Country Kids.

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Rich is very excited now that Freyja is into Lego too – they build stuff together (more Rich building the items and Freyja adding embellishments!)

  8. That is just amazing! My son adores Lego and if he will see this he wont want to go home! #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      You must take him!
      He can get a Nature Explorers passport and return again for free during the summer.

  9. LauraCYMFT says:

    Wow, those animals are great. I’m always impressed with what people can do with Lego. I can just about manage a tower LOL!

  10. This is amazing, I will have to check out if they are coming to a wetlands centre near us. Thank you for sharing 🙂 #Countrykids

  11. Love all those Lego animals – especially the otter and the dragonfly. The little ducklings look great too 🙂

  12. Chloe says:

    Awww it’s so cute that she said ‘more lego’ and went around again. These look so incredible. I don’t think you can ever be too old for lego. I remember when we found out we were having a baby girl and my other half said, it doesn’t matter what gender the baby is, she will love lego. It’s so true though, it’s so much fun to play with. This sounds like such a fun day out. I love it when places you often visit do themed days. Thank you so much for linking this up to #whatevertheweather x

  13. Jenny says:

    Wow! These are so cool! I can’t even imagine how many hours went into the design and making of the animals. It’s also very clear as to what animal they are, such fantastic work! I especially love the dragonfly and swan, did they use smaller blocks for the dragonfly?
    I wonder if they’re coming up to Caerlaverock, will have to check, O would love to see these, not sure he’s quite up to making the cute ducklings though.
    Thanks for linking up to #Whatevertheweather 🙂 x

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