Find out what Brick Alley have been up to recently, from our LEGO® shows and events to member meetups.
14 December 2023
Now the magic – and chaos! – of Shildon Brick Show has died down for another year, we can look back at something new we introduced for exhibitors this year: exhibitor tokens! Earlier this year, we spotted an article about exhibitor tokens on an Australian LEGO fan’s blog, and decided to give it a try… Read more »
26 November 2023
On behalf of the organisers – Richard, Tris and Jules – and the Brick Alley committee, we’d like to extend our thanks to the exhibitors, volunteers, traders, Locomotion museum staff and volunteers, and all visitors who made a very enjoyable weekend of LEGO fun at Shildon Brick Show 2023. There have been some excellent videos… Read more »
30 November 2020
Brick Alley member Steve Mayes, aka Brick This, has released a range of regional landmarks in LEGO form just in time for Christmas!
9 November 2020
Shildon Brick Show 2020 may be cancelled, but we’re still celebrating our love of LEGO with a series of video interviews with members and their LEGO models.
5 November 2020
This Sunday marks Remembrance Sunday in the UK; a time to pause and reflect on those lost in all wars since World War One. Member Jack has released his LEGO poppy designs to commemorate at home this year.
4 September 2020
We’re happy to welcome another new member to Brick Alley LEGO User Group, recently – Jill! Hi Jill – tell us about yourself? “I’m Jill MacDonald from Sunderland, and I’m a Purchasing Manager by day.“ Why did you join Brick Alley LEGO User Group? “(I joined Brick Alley LEGO User Group) to meet other people in the… Read more »
30 June 2020
A new virtual LEGO show for UK adult and teenage fans of LEGO is coming from Brick Alley and London AFOLs. Bricks At Home is a virtual LEGO weekend full of displays and activities for AFOLs.