Lego will be setting up a 3D model in Glasgow this month. 

To celebrate Lego's Build To Give initiative, which has seen over 6.5 million free Lego sets donated to kids and families across the UK, a brick-built 3D heart will pop-up on Glasgow's Argyle Street. 

The heart will stand in the city from November 18 until November 19 between the hours of 10am and 7pm. 

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The design will be free to visit and there will also be a building station for members of the public to create their own heart models.

Glasgow Times:

Isabel Graham, Head of Marketing UK and Ireland at the LEGO Group says: “This is the first time we have toured the UK with our Build To Give initiative and we’re grateful that we can turn creativity and play into a moment of giving. 

"With hearts being recognised across many cultures as a symbol of love, joy and positivity, we can’t wait to see all the different creations and encourage as many to be built as possible."

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Glasgow Times:

Presenter and author Katie Piper kicked off the London launch of Build To Give yesterday. 

She said: “It’s great to be part of Build To Give this year and see what it means to so many families and communities.

"One of the best gifts that you can give is play, particularly over the Holidays, and a little heart goes a long way."

For more information on how to get involved with this year’s Build To Give initiative, click HERE