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Norwich estate agent’s host Lego house building competition to raise money for Nelson’s Journey

PUBLISHED: 09:48 28 May 2014 | UPDATED: 09:55 28 May 2014

Library image of Nelson's Journey logo.

Library image of Nelson's Journey logo.


Children are being given the chance to build and value their own Lego house in Norwich tomorrow as part of an event to raise money for a charity supporting bereaved children in Norfolk.

Watsons estate agents has joined forces with their charity of the year, Nelson’s Journey, to run the event to celebrate the new partnership.

Nelson the Cat will be on hand and there will also be a colouring competition and Lego house competition. Children will be able to design and build a home out of Lego and set a “for sale” price on it.

The team from Watsons will then replace its window adverts for a few days with the designs and the winner will receive a prize.

Ray Smith, partner at Watsons, said: “This is only the start of our partnership with Nelson’s Journey and here at Watsons we are really excited for the future and what it has in store for both us and this inspiring charity.

“Their work across the county touched many of our staff here.”

The event takes place tomorrow at the Bank Plain branch in the city centre between 11am and 2pm.


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