We’ve got some different options below. The main thing to note you’ll be required to attend on Saturdays for around 4-5 weeks in term time at some point shortly after the start of Summer 2023.
Ages below apply from Spring 2023
- One adult and one child (aged 6 to 15)
We fully understand that LEGO® is far more than a kids toy, so if you’re a parent/guardian (or are legally allowed to take sole care) of a child aged 6 to 15 then why not enter as a team!
- Two children (aged 9 to 15)
You may be two friends from school, neighbours, or from another youth group. If you’re aged 9 to 15 then enter as two children. You’ll need to be able to get transport to our location once a week (for 4-5 weeks). Your parent/guardian is also welcome to stay and watch, or drop off and collect (around 2 hours later).
- Two children (aged 6 to 8) with accompanying adult
For the more mini of Brick Masters you can also enter as long as you’re over 6 (by Summer 2023). If you’re between 6 and 8 we do ask that your parent/guardian stays for the session.
Sadly, due to how we’re going to be structuring challenges, we won’t be able to accept anyone under 6, but we may try in the future to accommodate more ages should we have a good uptake!
- Individual child (aged 9 to 15)
For quite a few of you, you might be the only LEGO® fan in your house and social group. If you don’t have a team mate, we’d still love you to register. What we’ll then aim to do is pair you up with someone else who loves the brick as much as you!
- Individual child (aged 6 to 8)
If you’re in our younger age bracket then we’d still love you to register. What we’ll then aim to do is pair you up with someone else who loves the brick as much as you!
Your parent/guardian will need to stay for the session each week for both paired children.
- Two adults
So we thought about it (and also watched A LOT of Lego Masters on TV) and realised that the competition just wouldn’t be fair with two adults in one team, so sadly you won’t be able to enter BUT if you do know a child that you can bring you’re more than welcome to do that!