Glaswegians needed for Lego building competition to crown UK’s next superstar

Glaswegians are needed to take part in a Lego building competition in a bid to crown one person the UK's next superstar. And if you can show off your skills, you could win 3200 worth of Lego City sets. The hunt for the next Lego competition winner comes ahead of National Lego Day, set to take place on January 28.

So, if you think you can create a masterpiece and know everything there is to know when it comes to Lego and how to build something from scratch, then you may want to read on. READ MORE: Janey Godley offers advice to others going through chemotherapy

Who is the Lego competition open to?

MyJobQuote are on the search for the UK's next junior superstar builder in time for National Lego Day! The competition is open to residents from the UK up to the age of 16 with parental consent.

Lego competition rules

MyJobQuote have said the rules are as follows:

  • Get creative!

    All entries will be assessed based on their creativity levels and originality.

  • The builds can be made from any materials that are suitable for children such as Lego, wooden blocks, K'Nex, foam blocks, magnetic tiles, or anything else that children can easily build with.
  • All submissions should be built solely by the child entering the competition, without any help from parents, guardians, or other adults.
  • And finally, the most important rule...Have Fun!

Regional winners list

Along with the overall winner, the competition organisers will also be selecting the most creative entries from up to 10 regional finalists from each of the following cities and surrounding areas. The winners will be featured on their website. Glasgow is the only Scottish city listed.

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

Lego competition entry deadline and how to enter

You have until February 13 at 9pm to enter the competition.

All you need to do is simply fill out the form at MyJobQuote.co.uk and submit pictures of yourself with your build to be in with a chance of winning. The winner will be in contact by Friday March 3 by MyJobQuote with the winner selected by MyJobQuote employees.

How can the prize be claimed?

MyJobQuote notes: "The Prize must be claimed by the winner and no third party may claim the prize. If the winner cannot be contacted or has not claimed their prize within 48 hours of the announcement, MyJobQuote reserves the right to offer the prize to the next eligible entrant selected from the correct entries that were received before the closing time.

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