LEGO Create World Record Breaking LEGO Wind Turbine

Today at Liverpool One Shopping Centre, LEGO® unveiled a Guinness World Record achieving Wind Turbine build from LEGO elements. The build has been a joint collaboration between LEGO Model Builders and three LEGO Certified Professionals, Duncan Titmarsh (UK), Georg Schmitt (FR) and Balázs Dóczy (HU). They have spent the last few months piecing together this huge new big build, measuring over 7.5 metres tall and containing an impressive 146,000 LEGO bricks. It’s has been created to highlight how The LEGO Group is working towards a more sustainable future which will help create a cleaner, greener world for us all. It also coincides with The LEGO Group reaching their target of using 100% renewable energy. Even LEGO Batman has got in on the action.

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This afternoon between 3pm – 8pm at the Liverpool One LEGO store, budding Planet Crew builders can attend a Make & Take event at the store, where they can construct a mini LEGO turbine. To learn more about how The LEGO Group is helping to protect the future of the planet through the power of play visit the LEGO Planet Crew minisite.

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