By David Wardle | 14 April 2019
On 7 April All Blocks LEGO User Group had an amazing day as we supported Woodlands Park School. We were helping the school achieve
Woodlands Park School is situated in a beautiful bush-clad valley adjacent to Scenic Drive in the Waitakere Ranges of West Auckland. The school, with a roll of approximately 400 students is inclusive and caring. The school is the focal point of Woodlands Park.
There was a great community feel at the school during the Brick Show.
This short two-and-a-half minute timelapse video gives you a quick look at the show.
All Blocks media team
James Harrison interviewed many of the exhibitors at the show. James was helped by Olivier Longley and together they produced some creative short video clips. You can view the interviews here.
Here is a list of some of the fabulous displays put on by the members of All Blocks:
- Disney parade with a new Disneyland Train Station MOC
- Classic Technical (as they were called then) from 1977 and 1978.
- Historic sets from the
- Star Wars USC collection
- Kieran Castle MOC
- Technic RC crane MOC
- Top Brick theme park MOC
- Friends Paradiso Park
- City construction zone on the new Xtra road playmats
- Friends park scene using Xtra park playmats
- JHL Films stop motion display
- Geonosis Arena Battle MOC
- Mos Eisley Cantina
- A train display with an Arkham Asylum station MOC
- LEGO City Fire Station and fire trucks
- A Bulk LEGO pit
- LEGO Ideas Queen Victoria cruise ship
- Planet of the Apes apocalypse MOC
- Drive-in Diner MOC
The show was to help raise funds for a new audio-visual system in the school hall and installation of a decorative safety barrier between Te Pito (the playground) and the carpark.
I would like to send a huge thanks to all the members of All Blocks who participated and we can feel proud that we helped Woodlands Park School raise over $5,000.
Student building competition
As part of the show hosted by Woodlands Park School, there was a student LEGO building competition for students enrolled at the school. There were three age grades: Years 1-2, Years 3-4, and Years 5-6.
One $50 gift voucher was awarded to the winner in each age grade.
Judging for the competition was really difficult as there were so many fabulous entries.