Mini architects and designers look toward Norwich 2040
- Credit: Archant
Youngsters got the chance to forge their own vision of the future at the Forum yesterday as they built concepts of what the city might look like by 2040 - in Lego.
Norwich City Council has appealed to the public to contribute ideas for the future of Norwich at the event, hosted by Lanpro and Pro:Works.
Anna Oliveri, the event organiser said: 'We've had such a wealth of good ideas, like, a tram system, a zero carbon taxi rank and outdoor swimming pools.'
The event was inspired by Break children's charity and Futurista Gogo Hare which can be seen at intu Chapelfield.
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Amy Butler, mum of two, from Reepham said: 'The kids are having a great time and it's nice to be doing something creative instead of them staring at the TV.'
The Lego used for the event was loaned from the Construction Industry (NFCI).
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