Our guy on the team, James Pegrum said:
"The last 8 days has been amazing fairy tale. Having cycled 1,000km with a great bunch of guys we had an amazing welcome at the LEGO House. We hope our efforts will help the work of Fairy Bricks and ultimately the children get their LEGO sets too."
The lads are undertook this feat to raise £20,000 for Fairy Bricks (registered charity 1161639) , who have one very simple objective. To give LEGO to children in hospital.
You can still support the team by making a donation on the event's fundraising page, or via Paypal if you have problems doing so.
Your donation will mean the world to Fairy Bricks, and of course will go directly towards getting our beloved bricks into the hands of sick children in hospitals and hospices around the world.
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