And once again . Lego ( a massive multinational ) show the rest how Customer service should be done

I have blogged many times about how good Lego is as a brand.  Well i think that this  one is  really amazing, Just think of how many children  have received Lego all over the UK, and  Europe this Christmas . possibly lost  a piece or had one damaged 


Well, Lego  seem to have that covered. the site is pretty self-explanatory   and  it does exactly as it says on the page


I found the offer on HUKD  with the guidance from the original poster of …….

Quite a few sets to choose from, type the model number in the box and Select your part(s)

Ideal for lost, broken or missing parts.

I’ve just ordered a couple of parts which my child has lost.

I’ve confirmed with a Lego rep over the phone and asked if any charge and they said no.

can call to confirm Tel: 00800 5346 5555 (Free via landline mobiles may charge)

We are available 9am – 5pm (GMT) Monday – Friday.







More free LEGO …great for kids if you can get there in time

What a great offer for  ages 6-14 – go into your nearest official Lego store on the first Thursday of every month between 4-6pm to take part in the Lego Mini Build.   

Stock is limited to 200-300 models per store (depending on size and location), and its first come, first served. The Staff will show your kids how to make the model worth around £5 . Once it’s been made the kids can take it home for free.

The models are different each month. Feb to April listed in comments.

I guess you can design something at home, then possibly build it in store

Participating stores include: Blue water, Brighton, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester Arndale, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Sheffield Meadowhall, Watford and both London Westfield centres.

There may be stores in other countries doing this,  have a look  and  in the top corner is a ” change region ” button

Good Luck  & Happy Building

“Build” Anything you can for Free with Lego,

What a brilliant one  this is, 2 of the biggest brands on the planet teaming  up to give kids something to do for free, I guess the idea is that you design it, then go to the nearest Lego store   and buy the bricks you need to build it ” real world” 


Lego and Google  have teamed up  


And the result is


A brilliant interactive platform  where you can even see if some one near you has built  something, I can see that there is a cost involved until you try to buy  the Lego


Free Lego Toys & a nice afternoon out …

Im not sure if this is UK or Global, but found on the back of the HUKD  site

Could be just the thing if you are out doing a last bit of Sale shopping , I guess its  for Mums, Dads, Grannies & Grand dads and any one else that has picked up a piece of Lego

There is a full list of stores at  It might be worth a call to the store as i guess this is going to be popular

Learn to build this mini model and take it home for FREE!

Thursday, 2nd January 2014

16:00 – 18:00

Ages 6-14. Ask in store for details.


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