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Lego Walking

Walking on Lego bricks can be a challenging yet fun experience. The sensation of stepping on those tiny plastic pieces can be both painful and exhilarating. Many people participate in Lego walking events as a way to fundraise for various causes while also testing their endurance and pain tolerance.

Despite the discomfort, participants often find joy in the unique challenge of walking on Legos. It's a great way to push yourself out of your comfort zone and support a good cause at the same time. So next time you see a Lego walking event, consider joining in on the fun and see if you have what it takes to conquer the Lego bricks!

woman standing on Lego

Walking on Lego bricks in bare feet or with socks on!

Walking on Lego Bricks is great way to raise funds for charity. We provide the Lego and the Lego Brick Cat Walk and you just need a venue and the walkers. 

They will receive a quick briefing on the technique and then invited to walk on the Lego. We will play music to add to the atmosphere.

The event will last around three hours, if you want to run an open event, so people passing by can

join the next session or you can run several fixed sessions lasting around 30 minutes each.

Each walker will receive a certificate on completion of their walk.

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