I did buy a lot of LEGO because there was so much of it for sale! Some things I got included; exclusive Fairy Bricks set from Minifigforlife, signed copies of Bricks magazine from the Bricks stand and series 4 Hazmat man minifigure which I have been wanting for a while. DK Books were also running a great promotion. I bought a LEGO Star Wars book from DK and got a free Luke Skywalker minifigure, Star Wars t-shirt and a Star Wars bag.
The fan zone was full of fantastic models. My favourite models I saw throughout the day were; the Star Wars mosaic, purple FlyBe aeroplane by Bright Bricks and the architecture Style Big Ben, which I thought was really impressive due to its size. (photos below)
A goody bag came with the premium ticket and the pick up time was between 11am and 1pm. I went at 11am to pick up my goody bag and it came with some great goodies. The bag itself had a LEGO Dimensions design on one side and Brick 2015 logo design on the other. Inside there were three LEGO polybags, (Friends Pop Star Red Carpet, Creator Tiger and Star Wars AT-DP) and also some LEGO Dimensions stickers in there too.
I am going to end my report here or else it would take me hours to write about all the amazing activities on offer at Brick. It was a great day out and I spent most of the day there and I would of happily gone back in on the Sunday.
I would recommend going next year as it is a great day out for all ages but I would recommend taking some money becuase there is a lot of LEGO you can buy! You can see the rest of my photos below and a YouTube video I put together of the 'best bits'.