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THEY are some of the most sought-after tickets in town - but you can win tickets to visit the LEGO Show in Manchester courtesy of the Leigh Reporter.

Following the success of the inaugural event in 2011 the LEGO Show will be at EventCity at the Trafford Centre from May 5 to 7.

The three day show will be the largest LEGO event in the UK and is the only show in the country to feature LEGO designers direct from Denmark and LEGO certified professionals.

A great day out for all the family, the show is packed full of interactive features including workshops with LEGO designers. LEGO marketplace with new and second hand LEGO products for sale and a display of new 2012 LEGO sets. Many of which are not yet for sale.

Exhibitors at the show include Bright Bricks, the UK’s first and only LEGO certified professionals, LEGOLAND Discovery centre and members of the Brickish Association. In addition, the LEGO Show will be attempting to break the world record for the largest LEGO mosaic - and visitors to the show will be able to take part, and (hopefully) be part of a new Guinness World Record!

The Leigh Reporter has teamed up with the LEGO Show to offer three lucky people the chance to win a Family Ticket (admitting two adults, two children) to attend the show (ticket valid one day only). To be in with a chance of winning send the answer to the question togerther with your name, address, age and a daytime telephone number, complete the coupon and send it to LEGO competition, The Leigh Reporter, Lancashire Publications Limited, Martland Mill, Wigan WN5 0LX. Q: In which year did LEGO first start making toys?

a) 1932 b) 1952)

For tickets and further information visit www.legoshow.com