The largest Lego show to hit the north-east was set to take place today in one of the region’s most unusual museums.
Brickmania was to return to Peterhead Prison Museum, putting a huge showcase of models created using the colourful bricks on display.
The exhibition is three times larger than last year’s event and will feature Star Wars characters, sports cars and extra entertainment including face painters.
The show’s success has seen organisers commit to a bright future for the event, confirming that it is to become an annual feature.
Organiser and chairwoman of the Tartan Lego User Group (LUG), Christine Aird, said: “I’m delighted with how many members are coming to the display. We will be welcoming over 25 exhibitors from the Tartan LUG, one of whom will be travelling from Chester to join us.”
Alex Geddes, operations manager at the museum, said: “We are delighted to host the Brickmania event again and would like to thank Christine Aird.”