Worksop: Lego building time trial at The Harley Gallery

Lego Masterbuider Warren Elsmore pictured with his St. Pancras Station creation, which took over two years to make and includes over 150,000 lego pieces. Picture: Marie Caley NWGU Lego MC 7

Lego Masterbuider Warren Elsmore pictured with his St. Pancras Station creation, which took over two years to make and includes over 150,000 lego pieces. Picture: Marie Caley NWGU Lego MC 7

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A Lego brick building time trial, inspired by the Brick City exhibition running at The Harley Gallery, is taking place on Sunday, November 15.

Visitors to the gallery on the Welbeck Estate can test their construction skills in the free Beat the Architect drop in event.
Architect Carl Andrews of Soul Architects, based in Worksop, will be building a popular landmark against the clock at the drop in event from 11am to 2pm. Aimed at both children and adults, The Harley Gallery is inviting anyone who fancies their chances of beating Carl’s time to pick up the bricks and see if they can create the same landmark in a faster time. Carl, a conservationist architect, will be on hand with top building tips throughout the session.
The Brick City exhibition of the World’s greatest buildings and landmarks recreated in Lego bricks by Warren Elsmore is Running until January 10, 2016.