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LEGO and National Trust Launch their Young Explorer Competition

Kids under 12 years old can get creative and submit their build in the latest LEGO and National Trust Competition to Win a Years Supply of Lego sets and a years Family Pass for National Trust.

To mark the start of National Trust’s Play Week (3rd – 10th August 2020) and National Play Day on 5th of August 2020, LEGO and National Trust have teamed up to encourage kids to get creative with their outdoor play

This Young Explorer Competition is for all children under the age of 12 years old and you don’t need lots of LEGO bricks to take part just Loads of Imagination.

To take part in this Young Explorer Competition children will need to create a nature scene using LEGO bricks or minifigures. You can use the outdoor and nature to help set the scene, but don’t worry if you don’t have a back garden or access to a wonderous woodland.

Think outside the box, a window box or plant pot could be the perfect terrain for a LEGO minifigure to climb.

Also just because we are in the Summer, it doesn’t mean that you have to stage your nature scene in the summer, you could totally create a winter nature scene if you have the creativity to do so.

Each child can enter as many times as they would like, which is fab for those kids that have loads of ideas and want to enter more than once.


How to Enter the LEGO and National Trust Young Explorer Competition

The parent will need to enter this competition on behalf of the kids.

To enter you will need to submit a photo of the creative nature scene your child makes using just the great outdoors, LEGO bricks and LEGO minifigures to LEGO’s Facebook page under the LEGO Young Explorer Facebook Post.

Alongside the image you will need to add a caption no more than 100 words long, explaining the story behind the image so that the judges can get the understand of the childs inspiration behind the scene.

You also must use the hashtag #LEGOYoungExplorer and tag in @nationaltrust

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How to Win

Your Entry will be evaluated according to the following criteria – the creative and imaginative use of LEGO bricks, LEGO minifigures and LEGO products in your nature scene photography, as well as the creative story behind your image. The odds of winning will depend on the creativity and imagination of the entrant, as assessed by the Judges, and on the number of eligible entries received.


The Closing Date and Prize

All entries are going to be judges on the most creative and imaginative submission.

The child that Wins this competition will Win a year’s supply of LEGO sets (up to and not exceeding the value of £600), a free 12-month National Trust family membership and a bundle of National Trust story books

You must submit your Entry within the Entry Period, which begins at 9am on Monday 3rd of August 2020 and ends at 11pm on Wednesday 9th September 2020


Good Luck to Everyone who is Entering!


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