Cool models and LEGO shops are not all that'll be at GWLS...
Once again some of the great builders from The Brickish Association will be giving presentations about various aspects of the LEGO hobby. The sessions will take place on the Station Platform, which is just before you enter the large display hall.
The schedule below will run on both Saturday and Sunday, so you won't miss out whichever day you visit:
11:00 - Building the Olympic Stadiums, by Warren Elsmore
This summer Warren was asked to help celebrate the Games by building the Olympic Park in time for the Opening Ceremony. Find out how he undertook such a daunting task.
11:30 - Designing & Building Steam Locomotives, by Andrew Harvey
Learn how to create detailed models of real steam engines
12:00 - Themed Builds, by Robert Clarkson
How to create your own new models that fit within the current LEGO themes
2:00 - Building my Home Town, by Skegga Thorn
Learn how Skegga recreated the notable buildings of High Wycombe for her minifig scale model 'High Brickham'
2:30 - Neo-Classic Space, by Jeremy Williams
How LEGO's first Space range from the 1970s and '80s inspired a modern fan theme
3:00 - Emergency vehicles in the Brick, by Ralph Savelsberg
Designing and building realistic scale models of British emergency vehicles
3:30 - Train Stations, by David Tabner
The inspiration, design and evolution of East Brickley and Brickgate stations, part of the SLTC train layout
We hope you have an opportunity to see one or more of them, they are usually very entertaining and suitable for everyone, young and old.