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By Tarvin Webteam - 14th August 2019 6:00am
Love Lego? Chester Cathedral is hosting a fantastic Journey beneath the waves at a world premiere of the exhibition — "The Deep" — made with LEGO® bricks.
In The Deep, come face-to-face with a 1.75 metre yellow tuna fish — made of 13,000 bricks; a fearsome Mako Shark created with 80,000 bricks and a massive giant squid containing 120,000 bricks which is 2.7 metres tall.
An event not to be missed.
The Deep features hand-built LEGO® brick statues that have been devised to entertain whilst educating children and families about the incredible diversity of life in the Earth's oceans, and about the major environmental issues that threaten their existence.
The Deep — Make and Take Workshops (must be pre-booked — last workshops 17th August)
Create and take home your very own small LEGO® brick sea creature — choose from a turtle, a fish or shark!
The Make and Take Workshop also includes a building activity relating to our 'waves' theme of water.
Suitable for ages 5-10 years of age. All children MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian throughout the workshop.
Spaces on the Make and Take Workshops are strictly limited, so pre-book your place now to avoid disappointment. https://chestercathedral.com/event/make-and-take-workshop/2019-08-17/
Tickets are £10 per child.
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