FROM robots to dinosaurs, Bulmers Cider to Mozart, Suffragettes to the fall of Pompei - the LEGO exhibition had it all in Hereford at the weekend.

The LEGO brick history display at Hereford Museum and Art Gallery lived up to its billing as a delight for families.

And if you're a fan of the Dutch toy favourite then the good news is that there is plenty more LEGO fun to be had in the city in coming weeks.

Families who flocked to the museum at the weekend could not only browse the displays in the exhibition, there was also an interactive zone.

Models made by LEGO fans from across the county were also on show.

Each Saturday and during the Easter holidays, there will be workshops at the Museum: Mini LEGO Movies; On your Marks, Get Set, LEGO; Once Upon a…Piece of LEGO; Pit Stop Power!; and creative building with LEGO Heroes. On Saturday, March 30 (10am – 3pm), there will be a free event in High Town giving families chance to ‘Design a flag for Herefordshire – in LEGO’.

Hereford business group BID has created a Hereford City LEGO trail with models made by schools and individuals across the county. Families are challenged to find all the models in shops around High Town and take a selfie.

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