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LEGO® Ideas (formerly known as Cuusoo) is a website run by Chaordix and The LEGO® Group, which allows users to submit ideas for LEGO® products to be turned into potential commercial sets, with the original designer receiving 1% of the royalties.


The Glasgow LEGO® Store is the only store in Scotland dedicated to selling Lego products. They have a 'Pick a Brick' (PAB) wall and can be found in the Buchanan Galleries. Address: 220 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 2FF. Parking is available. Fees applicable.



BrickLink is the world's largest online marketplace to buy and sell LEGO parts, Minifigs and sets, both new or used. Search the complete LEGO® catalog & Create your own Bricklink store.



Brickset is a community of LEGO® fans from around the world with a passion for sharing, discussing, recording and building. Launched in 1997 to keep track of the many promotional sets that were appearing at that time.



Brick to the Past specialise in creating massive, detailed and meticulously researched historically themed LEGO® models. Their work is highly acclaimed and they feature regularly in one of the world's leading Lego magazine, Blocks. They have also featured on the BBC, STV and in the Smithsonian Magazine.



The Brothers Brick is a blog for showcasing LEGO® models and other LEGO related-material, such as news and event coverage.



Brick Fanatics is a site for LEGO® fans of all ages. They have been online since 2010 and cover all LEGO® news, reviews, MOCs and much more.




Brick Buildr is a fan web-site dedicated to viewing LEGO® related photos on Flickr — hopefully simplifing the search for great LEGO® builders on Flickr, without the fuss of viewing a gazzillion non-LEGO® images.



Blocks is written by LEGO® enthusiasts, for LEGO® enthusiasts and that means you. We'd love to hear about your builds, your projects, groups and your wishlists.



Brick Live is the UK's largest LEGO® exhibition with shows in London, Belfast, Glasgow and Birmingham.




Fairy Bricks donate LEGO® sets to children’s hospices and hospitals, brightening the lives of sick children in hospital. They also run an annual LEGO® show in Manchester.



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