Brickish – The group for creative LEGO®enthusiasts
Brickish is a UK-wide community of Adult Fans of LEGO® affectionally known as AFOLS.
Since 2002, Brickish has played an active role in the UK LEGO® scene. Now in its twentieth year – Brickish was the first LUG (LEGO® User Group) in the country to provide an opportunity for fans of the humble plastic brick to join together in their shared interest.
Our members come from a variety of backgrounds but share a common passion for all aspects of LEGO® from its history and collecting, to building and displaying.
As a LUG we support and organise various LEGO® events and shows big and small across the country helping raise money for a host of local charities.
An important part of our role is to help more people engage with LEGO® and each other through a host of local meet-ups organised by our members. These meetings provide opportunities to meet old friends or make new ones, chat about the latest LEGO® news, take part in building challenges, swap ideas and show off your latest creations.
The meetings are open to all as a taster for potential new members to try before joining Brickish, with more planned in other areas of the county. You can find a list of the current upcoming meetings on our events page.
Recent Posts and Lego® News
The LEGO Story: How a Little Toy Sparked the World’s Imagination
Two members offer their thoughts on 'The Lego Story' I must admit that I very rarely get time to read an actual book, but when the opportunity arose to review a book about LEGO, how could I resist? In a little over 400 pages, Jens Andersen, an award-winning Danish author and literary critic with a PhD in Nordic literature, writes [...]