Lego Duplo partners with The Creation Station

Published on: 29th September 2015

The Creation Station will team up with Lego Duplo to run children’s creative sessions across the UK.

Lego-Duplo-480The sessions are designed for children aged 18 months to five years, and will be tailored to suit the age and stage of each child. Guests will be able to explore the textures of Lego Duplo through building and creative play.

The sessions will help pre-schoolers develop a range of skills and will run for one week commencing 5th October.

As part of the partnership, children will also have an opportunity to enter a national competition to win a selection of prizes from Lego Duplo. There will be four winners, with announcements on Monday 28th September as well as 5th, 12th and 19th October 2015.

Sarah Cressall, founder and managing director of The Creation Station, said: “We are really excited to be working with such a fantastic company. I remember playing with Lego myself as a child, and all of my sons have had hours of enjoyment and inspiration from the fantastic Lego and Duplo products. It is great to be able to run Lego Duplo inspired creative sessions in over 500 venues across the UK and Ireland.”

Ombeline Marcus, Lego Duplo brand manager for UK and Ireland, commented: “We are delighted to be working with The Creation Station. The work it does to develop children’s imaginations and inspire families to be creative makes it a perfect fit for the brand.”


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