Lego firm building bridges to entice vistors to district

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A Bailiff Bridge based business is looking to entice visitors to the district using the building blocks of LEGO.

It is recognised that LEGO bricks are one of the enduring and much-loved toys in the last century, and continue to gain popularity.

Bricks4Kidz is seeking commercial support for its inaugural LEGO themed festival event, which is hoped to take place in June.

Mark Pullen, co-owner of Bricks4Kidz, said: “The outstanding success of both the events held at the Mining Museum and in Keighley in 2014 provided evidence that such activities are a major draw to adults and children alike.

“Not only did they bring numbers to the main event but also the welcomed effect of increased spending at other local businesses.”

The event would be a combination of LEGO displays, trade stands, and fundraising for local charities - all based from a local venue within either Brighouse or Halifax.

“We’re hoping that some of the local businesses in Calderdale will see this as a project they wish to support financially - whether as a major or minor sponsor. Underwriting the venue costs is the main issue and supporting the event would offer them great publicity and an opportunity to provide an awesome activity for families to attend,” added Mark

Any interested companies are invited to contact Mark on mpullen@bricks4kidz.com to discuss further with no obligation.