Keighley Lego man in the market for model department store votes

Keighley Lego man in the market for model department store votes

Keith Moran's model of a Lego department store

Keith Moran, who has designed a Lego department store

Keith Moran, who has designed a Lego department store

Keith Moran, who has designed a Lego department store

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KEIGHLEY’S Lego man is shopping for votes after creating a model department store.

Keith Moran hopes the Lego company will adopt his design for a new playset in toy shops.

He needs to attract at least 10,000 votes from visitors to the Lego Ideas website.

Mr Moran runs the local franchise of Bricks 4 Kidz, providing Lego- based activities for local schools and children’s groups.

He designed the department store for the Lego City Range which includes a fire station, police station and vehicle, and it was chosen for the Staff Picks section of the Lego Ideas website.

He said: “Out of thousands of models, it’s amazing that they have chosen my design to be on the website.”

Mr Moran’s department store will be displayed at the planned Keighley Bricks Show on October 25 at Central Hall in Keighley.

Visit ideas.lego.com/projects/66499 to see the department store and register your vote.

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