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Event REVIEW: Boatshed Bricks - ★★★★★

The exhibition displays models built with Lego and other materials, including replicas of the lifeboat station and more. It is supported by generous donations of preloved bricks from the local community and local artist, Steve Page.

This is the second year of the exhibition, with Steve launching the exhibition to raise money and awareness for the RNLI in the charity’s 200th year.

Entry is £3 donation to the RNLI and all funds raised will support the lifesaving activities on our shores. The exhibition begins on Sunday 30 June and runs until Friday 12 July. It will be open 11am-3pm daily.

Pete Hay, Coxswain at Broughty Ferry RNLI, says: ‘Everyone is welcome to visit the exhibition at the lifeboat station. Visitors are invited to come inside, perhaps meet some of our volunteers and view the collection of models built specifically for this exhibition.’



Broughty Ferry Lifeboat Station, Angus



Mix Up Junior (Age 5) - ★★★★★

"I give it a thousand stars out of 5! I liked putting on the uniform and my favourite lego was the Ghostbusters car."

Stewart - ★★★★★

"Wonderful little Lego exhibition at the RNLI Broughty Ferry, its a lot of fun looking into all the details of the build, expertly created by Steve Page. Great also to have the movie links as well. Staff are super friendly and happy to chat away and answer questions about working at the Lifeboat station. They are fantastic with the kids and happy to let them get dressed up in the uniform. All the proceeds go towards the station, so its definitely worth dropping in."


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