A 14-year-old pupil is appealing for donations of LEGO bricks to complete a scale model of his school in Horsham, Sussex.
Year 10 student Levi Reid is attempting to recreate charitable boarding school Christ’s Hospital in LEGO bricks. It’s the latest in a line of school-themed projects the ambitious young builder has undertaken, following the school’s crest and minifigures bearing its uniform – the latter of which he sold at his school’s Christmas fete last year to raise money for charity.
According to the Sussex Express, Reid is a lifelong LEGO fan, and dreams of being a rocket engineer. Like many AFOLs, he uses LEGO Digital Designer to create his builds, then orders the parts from BrickLink. Finishing the model of his school, however, will cost in the region of £500, so he’s now appealing for donations from people with unwanted bricks.
He told the local paper, “I am going to need a lot of green, red and white bricks, because of the large lawned areas, statues and red brick buildings at Christ’s Hospital, but it can be any kind of LEGO, I will use it somehow.”