LEGO Flowers Spring Up In Hull City Centre

Over night in Hull City centre over 1,700 LEGO daffodils have appeared in King Edward Square. The brick-built flowers have been created to help Hull celebrate being the City of Culture during 2017 and brighten up the area for Easter. The flowers were expertly built by the LEGO master builders at Bright Bricks. With over 146,400 LEGO elements used to create the LEGO Spring Flower beds.

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Best of all once the display ends in April 18th local residents can purchase one of the LEGO flowers with all money raised going to mental health charity MIND and Hull Citizens Advice Bureau. You can go see the LEGO Spring Flowers display for yourself from now until April 18th, located in King Edward Square, Hull City Centre.

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Images via Hull Daily Mail

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  1. Can you tell me how I can buy one of the Lego daffodils please there is no information on the MIND website?
    Thanks

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    • On the final day, April 18th, between 2pm-5pm, in return for a donation to MIND and Hull Citizens Advice Bureau, the individual Lego flowers will be available to take home on a first come first served basis.

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