Swindon’s massive Lego show returned with aplomb as thousands gathered to see the specialist brick builds.

The Great Western Brick Show celebrated its 21st show by coming to the town’s STEAM museum on Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8.

A huge display of new Lego models were on show to visitors while a 'Robot Battle' arena was also running throughout the weekend.

Models ranged from spacecraft and cars to trucks and trains while an interactive building occurred where visitors helped to create a giant Lego mosaic from over 100,000 bricks.

Before the event, Martin Long, co-organiser of the show on behalf of Brickish said: “We are thrilled to be celebrating 21 years of amazing shows by Brickish members this year.

“The very first public LEGO fan event in the UK was held at STEAM in February 2002 with just a handful of members who brought a LEGO train display to the museum.

“Over 200 people came to see the models and were amazed by what adult fans could build with the LEGO bricks.

“Since then, the Great Western Brick Show has grown year-on-year and this year we expect to welcome over 6,000 people through the doors over the event weekend.”