600,000 Bricks Lego Christmas Tree

November 26, 2011 by staff 

600,000 Bricks Lego Christmas Tree, The Lego legends responsible for Christmas tree at St Pancras Station and James May’s Lego house are helping a Weybridge scout group save their hall.

Bright Bricks, based in Surrey, is donating thousands of pieces to the 1st Weybridge (Brooklands Own) Scouts to help their Save Our HQ campaign.

The group is building a scale model of its hall as part of the appeal to raise funds towards the renovation of its headquarters on Springfield Lane.

People can buy a brick for £1 and see it become part of the model.

Fundraising coordinator Debbie Conibere said: “I think it’s really going to capture the imagination of people who just for one pound can buy a brick and see the house be built.”

Organisers plan to number the bricks people buy and photograph every one being individually added to the model.

Mrs Conibere said they may use stop animation to string the photos together and record the process from start to finish.

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