Families Lego Christmas

A family of Lego addicts have revealed their latest festive masterpiece – a seven foot tall FESTIVE DALEK – complete with santa hat – made from 100,000 toy bricks. The Addis family, from Huntingdon, Cambs, spend hours tirelessly creating a Lego extravaganza every Christmas for the last 18 years. Husband and wife team Mike Addis and Catherine Weightman, and their three children, start building their Yuletide masterpiece at the end of October every year

A family of Lego addicts have revealed their latest festive masterpiece - a seven foot tall FESTIVE DALEK - complete with santa hat - made from 100,000 toy bricks. The Addis family, from Huntingdon, Cambs, spend hours tirelessly creating a Lego extravaganza every Christmas for the last 18 years. Husband and wife team Mike Addis and Catherine Weightman, and their three children, start building their Yuletide masterpiece at the end of October every year

A family of Lego addicts have revealed their latest festive masterpiece - a seven foot tall FESTIVE DALEK - complete with santa hat - made from 100,000 toy bricks. The Addis family, from Huntingdon, Cambs, spend hours tirelessly creating a Lego extravaganza every Christmas for the last 18 years. Husband and wife team Mike Addis and Catherine Weightman, and their three children, start building their Yuletide masterpiece at the end of October every year

A family of Lego addicts have revealed their latest festive masterpiece - a seven foot tall FESTIVE DALEK - complete with santa hat - made from 100,000 toy bricks. The Addis family, from Huntingdon, Cambs, spend hours tirelessly creating a Lego extravaganza every Christmas for the last 18 years. Husband and wife team Mike Addis and Catherine Weightman, and their three children, start building their Yuletide masterpiece at the end of October every year

A family of Lego addicts have revealed their latest festive masterpiece - a seven foot tall FESTIVE DALEK - complete with santa hat - made from 100,000 toy bricks. The Addis family, from Huntingdon, Cambs, spend hours tirelessly creating a Lego extravaganza every Christmas for the last 18 years. Husband and wife team Mike Addis and Catherine Weightman, and their three children, start building their Yuletide masterpiece at the end of October every year