A Sprocker Spaniel was officially declared the UK’s best pet when he came nose to nose with his perfect LEGO double at Legoland in Windsor.
One-year-old Sully was voted the nation’s top dog for helping a family deal with a life-changing tragedy and was nominated by eight-year-old Ella Harvey.
Sully was joined by his owners, The Harvey family, who credit their dog with bringing them closer together after dad, Gavin, lost both legs on a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
The canine topped a nationwide search to find the country’s best pet friend and Ella was overjoyed to see her puppy pal honoured with his very own LEGO model.
Sully has helped the family to overcome dark times.
Ella's mum, Kerry, said: "There's so much physically that we can't do as a family since Gavin was inured. But Sully helps us to bridge that activity gap."
The playful spaniel took a keen interest in his LEGO double, which took a model maker 11 days to create from 6,255 individual bricks.
Staff and patients at the Royal Berkshire Hospital examining the Lego model MRI scanner, which came complete with its own doctor and Lego-sized MRI scan.
The Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading has introduced a fun way of helping its younger patients prepare for scans. It asked Lego to create a model of an MRI scanner to help children understand what to expect.
Ashley Zdanowicz from the Royal Berkshire Hospital and Edward Parkin, who's a patient, tell us what they think.
A new model scanner made out of lego is helping to explain the scanning procedure for young patients. The model is being used for children having scans at the Royal Berkshire Hospital.
Three teenagers from the Simon Langton schools in Canterbury have won a trip to the World Lego Festival in America.
They won the UK National Final of the Institution of Engineering and Technology's First Lego League.
Oli English, Emma English and Carlos Purchase-Galarza beat 29 other teams at the competition this weekend.
The competition challenged the teams to find a solution to tackle the effects of natural disaster.
The team, named "Invicta", invented a high-tech wristband for those affected by earthquakes, designed to help rescue workers find people trapped under rubble using radio waves.
Carlos, who is 14-years-old, said, "I thought the final was fun, enjoyable and well organised. Last year we went to Germany so it will be interesting to see how the competition is different."
Children from schools across Kent have been competing in a robot-building contest at the University of Kent. Their task was to construct a robot and use a computer program to make it do a series of tasks, under the watchful eye of a judging panel.
David Johns went along to watch the action. He spoke to University lecturer Fred Barnes and judge Gaby Roch.
It's one of those toys that most children grow up having at some point - but for one 10 year old who loves to build - lego is something he will never forget.
That's because he has become the the first member of the public to be re-created out of the bricks. The 10 year old won the chance to become a statue after a competiton to find a true hero.
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10-year-old Jack was nominated by his family to be made out of lego in a Legoland competition to find a true life hero.
Jack's mother died of cancer and he has raised thousands of pounds since her death.
Around 25,000 of the famous lego bricks have been used to build life-version of 4ft 6ins Jack.
For many of us it would be a dream job - building Lego all day long - and that's exactly what one lucky girl from Oxford will be doing. 11-year-old Hannah Kirkham is now the first ever 'Junior Model Maker' at Legoland near Windsor. Richard Slee has been to meet her.
Ed Diment and his pal who work at Bright Bricks in Farnham have built this amazing Rolls Royce jet engine out of Lego!
Click here to see how they did it.