Local schools get creative with Bricks in Space

Local primary schools are getting creative and getting involved in our Bricks in Space summer trail!

We are marking the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a space-themed LEGO® Brick Trail which will run in Paisley town centre from Saturday 29th June until Tuesday 13th August.

The town centre will be divided up into different galaxies with special hidden items which will orbit different businesses within each galaxy on a weekly basis.

Armed with their space passports, the mission will be to travel through the four galaxies to find all the Space models, plus there will be stickers, activity sheets and goodies to collect as families make their way around the town.

Alongside large LEGO® brick models, there will be other Space items included as part of the trail and our local schools have been joining in the fun…making space items made out of recycled items!

You can get a taster of what they have been up to in the pictures below, the schools’ models will also be on display throughout the town during Bricks in Space!

Many thanks to all the schools taking part in our Bricks in Space Summer Trail…Lochfield Primary School, St Peter’s Primary School, Heriot Primary School and Glencoats Primary School in Paisley along with East Fulton Primary School and Woodlands Primary School in Linwood and St David’s Primary School in Johnstone…we are loving the efforts of your talented pupils!