Win Yourself Built From LEGO With Intu

This Christmas intu Shopping Centres are giving shoppers the opportunity to win impossible presents, which includes the chance to have yourself or a loved one built into a one-of-a-kind LEGO® model from Bright Bricks. This has been inspired by some of the odd requests parents get at Christmas. One of which was to become a LEGO set. With Bright Bricks on the case the impossible is possible. Check out how to win below and you find various LEGO sets and gifts at a number of retailers with intu various shopping centres located across the UK.


Some of Britain’s greatest inventors are turning impossible Christmas lists into ‘impossible’ gifts including Willy Wonka style sweets that taste like Christmas dinner and turning people into LEGO®. The weird and wonderful gifts are available through intu shopping centres and follow research that Christmas shoppers will spend 22 hours and walk 23 miles searching for the perfect presents.

The five impossible gifts were inspired by some of the most bizarre Christmas gifts parents have received including:

  • I want a pencil that does my homework for me
  • I want to be LEGO®
  • I want a pet dinosaur
  • I want my Christmas dinner in sweets
  • I want a trampoline to the moon
  • I want to be a princess
  • I want shoes that make me run faster
  • I want my own comic book
  • I want to be a fairy
  • I want a rainbow

Roger Binks, customer experience director for intu, comments: “It’s a lovely truth that children and even adults will sometimes put impossible gifts on their Christmas lists, but at intu you’ll find all your Christmas presents – even the seemingly impossible ones. While we know we have something for everyone at our centres, we decided to take things a little further and work with some of the brightest minds in the country to make some impossible gifts, possible! So whether you want Santa to turn you into LEGO® or you want Christmas dinner in sweets, at intu we’ll have something that is certain to make you smile!”

The impossible range of gifts follow intu’s Christmas TV advert, which sees a duckling finally able to fly with the help of a brand new drone.

To be in with a chance to win one of the ‘impossible’ gifts for Christmas, enter for free online at


Author: Adam White

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    My two older sons have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum with ADHSD over the past year. They are 10 and 8. Their younger brother just turned 5. They all love Lego. We have gone to Legoland twice and have such special memories. They would be so excited about this opportunity!!!!

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