Enjoy an out of this world experience in Paisley this summer with Bricks in Space trail

Wednesday 5th June, 2019

Things are set to get out of this world in Paisley town centre this summer!

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings and follow the interactive LEGO® Bricks in Space trail for a great family day out this summer, brought to you by Paisley First.

The summer trail follows on from the success of Jurassic Bricks last summer, and will run from Saturday 29 June until Tuesday 13 August.

Hunt for the seventeen fantastic LEGO® Brick models spread throughout town centre businesses and enjoy an interactive play zone and a selfie zone too.

The town centre will be divided up into different galaxies with special hidden items which will orbit different businesses within each galaxy on a weekly basis.

Armed with your space passports, your mission will be to travel through the four galaxies to find all the Space models.

Plus, there will be stickers, activity sheets and goodies to collect as families make their way around the town.

Alongside the large LEGO® brick models, there will be other Space items included as part of the trail and our local schools have been joining in the fun…making space items made out of recycled items! The schools’ models will also be on display throughout the town during Bricks in Space!

You can collect your Space Passport from shops throughout Paisley, including the Piazza Shopping Centre and The Paisley Centre nearer the time.

Keep checking the Paisley First website (link below) for a sneak preview of the Trail Map…watch this Space!

Paisley First will also be running the Golden Ticket Competition once again this summer with a weekly draw, offering visitors the chance to win £250 of Paisley town centre gift vouchers.

For more details see www.paisleyfirst.com

Check out more amazing events taking place this spring and summer

I would advise any other creative businesses to think about setting up in Paisley because the potential is massive – there is such a great community of creative people.

Jane Hunter
Textile artist

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