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Real endurance challenge as Diverse Abilities organises LEGO Walk (but just one brick at a time!)

By Andrew Diprose [email protected]

Published: April 29, 2024 | Updated: 29th April 2024

Most of us have done it – stepping on a LEGO brick by mistake.

Now Diverse Abilities is organising the ultimate challenge – a walk across LEGO!

It’s asking people to step on LEGO on purpose to raise funds for the charity which supports children and adults with physical and learning disabilities in Dorset.

The LEGO Walk will take place at Gather in the Dolphin Shopping Centre, Poole, on Saturday May 25.

The challenge is suitable for both kids and adults as a real test of endurance, taking on the challenge one brick at a time.

Demi Tarrant, Events Executive at Diverse Abilities, commented: “We are looking for individuals, families or groups of friends or colleagues to get involved and take on the LEGO Walk.

“It’s a fun, but challenging, way to raise money for the vital services that are run by Diverse Abilities.

“Your fundraising will make a huge difference.”

Participants will receive support with their fundraising.

They will be part of a team raising money to support services such as Langside School, The Beehive Activity and Therapy Centre and Lily’s Place Children’s Respite Home.

Everyone involved will get a fundraising pack when they sign up with all the handy hits and tips needed to get started and share their achievements with donors.

Tickets are available for £5 for a child entry and £7.50 for an adult.

Find out more and sign up at diverseabilities.org.uk/events2024/legowalk.

There will be a limited number of spaces available on the day for a higher entry price.

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