Emergency service workers will be able to ‘Lego’ of the pressures of the job and enjoy some fun with the family in Birmingham while making their hard earned cash stretch that little bit further.
And there will be some dedicated themed challenges in honour of the fantastic work our NHS, social care sector and armed forces do, including a hero build competition, where visitors will be challenged to construct an emergency service-related build.
Visitors will also be able to create their own emergency vehicle and test it out on the attraction’s zip wire and take part in a scavenger hunt in Miniland.
Teams at the attraction will also be encouraging visitors to build a rainbow and add it to a thank you table to create a giant visual of the city’s appreciation towards the emergency services.
The Lego hero mascots will be joining guests throughout the attraction for a pop-up dance party and little ones will be able to meet and greet the hero characters from LEGO city itself!
The centre’s 4D cinema will also be showing a LEGO city short film – An Officer in Pursuit – in celebration of the week-long event.
All this will be availalble to Blue Light Card holders and their immediate family for £9.99.
Amy Langham, General Manager at LegolandDiscovery Centre Birmingham, said: “We are really looking forward to inviting all of our visitors to enjoy and take part in celebrating our front-line heroes.
“Our Model Citizens (team) have worked hard to create an environment which will allow kids and adults to experience the values that the emergency services, aka our ‘Lego legends’, represent and create some fun memories at the same time.”
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