Competition launched to find Plymouth’s Lego master builder

Calling all future builders, architects, engineers, and inventors from Plymouth - it's the chance you have all been waiting for if you're as obsessed with Lego as I once was. But unfortunately, when I was a wee nipper, I never had the chance to put my building talent to the test - but now you have! MyJobQuote is on the hunt for the best castle, landmark or tower but why stick to the boring, mundane structures when you can build anything?

Let your imagination run wild. Read: Devonport Dockyard GBP1billion rebuild to allow newest nuclear submarines to be refitted starts If this sounds up your street then grab your bricks and show them what you've got for a chance to win a Lego City package worth more than GBP200.

What are the rules?

  • Get creative!

    Entries will be assessed based on creativity and originality

  • Builds can be made of any material that is suitable for children, including Lego, K'Nex, wooden or foam blocks, magnetic tiles etc
  • Submissions should be built solely by the child entering the competition, without the help of an adult
  • Most importantly, have fun!

Along with the winner, the most creative entries from up to 10 regional finalists from each of the following cities and surrounding areas will be featured:

  • Southampton
  • Plymouth
  • Greater London
  • Birmingham
  • Leeds
  • Greater Manchester
  • Newcastle
  • Glasgow
  • Belfast
  • Cardiff

You have until November 30, 2021 to take part, and to do so, simply fill out the form and submit pictures of yourself with your build to be in for a chance to win. Entrants must be UK residents aged 16 or under and seek the consent of a parent or guardian before entering the competition. Get the best stories about the things you love most curated by us and delivered to your inbox every day.

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