Among the thousands and thousands of Lego pieces which brought joy to many a child this weekend, one piece in particular stood out amongst the rest.
Nick Pogson created a Lego artwork for Valentine's Day mimicking a picture taken at he and wife Sarah's wedding and displayed it at the Orange Annual Brick Show over the weekend.
Mrs Pogson was delighted to be in the city for the event.
"Next year hopefully we'll have a huge train layout as well. It's good to go to these things and it's nice to help the charities," she said.
"It's great because people weren't able to do anything last year, so at least now people can get out and about and have a good time."
Graham Draper is the organiser of the vent and said they sold more than 2000 tickets to the show.
"We've exceeded expectations to be honest," he said.
"It's all tick, tick, ticks at the moment."
The response was so good in fact, that Mr Draper is confident that the show will be coming back to Orange in 2022.
"Given the response we've had this weekend, most definitely," he said on whether or not there would be a repeat show next year.
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- "Because it's the June weekend a lot of our exhibitors are staying the extra day and going to explore the city on Monday.
"Everybody's loving it at the moment and I'll definitely bring the show back next year."
In the four years since the group was formed, more than $100,000 has been raised for charity.
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