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    Any type of Lego that you don't need/want?

    Afternoon all,

    My school has recently disposed of their Lego kits as they no longer used. The school kindly said that I could have them as they were only going to dispose of them in the skip.

    So I've now rediscovered my love for the eponymous plastic building blocks

    I wondering if anyone has any lego that they want to sell or donate to a good home??

    I'm willing to pay for postage etc so if you have any lego that you no longer want or need, PM me.

    Cheers

    Ross

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonk View Post
    My school has recently disposed of their Lego kits as they no longer used. The school kindly said that I could have them as they were only going to dispose of them in the skip.
    Oh wow, cool... What are you planning to build?

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    Maybe a James May style house?

    GJE

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    Mine's all in the loft with children's names carefully affixed to the boxes.
    They won't let me get rid of it
    They are 21, 19 and 17!

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    We have just sorted out a load of my son's lego to pass on to our grandkids. I think most of it came from my wife's younger brother.

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    I'm still cruising eBay for the Lego bargains... of which there are quite a few...

    picked up a number of £100 sets for < £50 (inc P&P!).



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