A LEGO model exhibition attracted crowds of visitors to Rhyl yesterday.

Fans of the legendary Danish toy company converged on Sussex Street Christian Centre between 10am and 4pm.

The event, hosted by Rhyl Building Bricks and organised by Floss Barrett, supported by Northern Brickworks Lego user group, raised money for Fairy Bricks and Superkids.

There were Lego trucks displays as well as vintage cars, a wind turbine and a typewriter built by Steve Guinness, winner of the channel four Lego Masters.

One of the displays at the exhibition is a Harry Potter model. This has been made by Kendra Theaker-Gregersen.

Kendra from Cleethorpes has suffered from pain her whole life but care, received by Sheffield Children's Hospital, and a love of Lego have changed her life for the better.

Kendra has been raising money for the hospital by displaying her builds at different events around the UK.

An area was also set up for children to build creations with Lego, with the chance to become a master builder for the day.

Along with Lego model displays there were the addition of Duplo bricks.

Local supermarkets donated Lego sets for games throughout the day and as prizes.