A LEGO event is being held at Stonehenge over the Easter holidays.

'The Big Brick Build' at Stonehenge event, takes place from Saturday, April 6 to Sunday, April 14, between 10am and 5pm.

Following the success of last year's giant LEGO model of Stonehenge, this Easter, families are invited to help create six magnificent brick mosaics of the iconic monument.

Salisbury Journal:

Kids of all ages from four years and upwards will be entrusted with a small section of a grand mosaic, culminating in six monumental two-metre-wide masterpieces that together will form a captivating gallery of Stonehenge pictures, showcasing a tapestry of creativity and community spirit.

Richard Dewdney, English Heritage head of historic properties at Stonehenge, said: "The Big Brick Build at Stonehenge offers a unique opportunity for visitors of all ages to engage with the monument in a fun and creative way.

"It's a fantastic blend of education and entertainment that brings Stonehenge to life in a whole new dimension, and just as the builders of Stonehenge came together to build the monument we see today, we invite families to come together to create something wonderful here during the school holidays."

Readers who book their tickets online can enjoy a 15 per cent discount on admission.

As well as this, every day between Saturday, March 23 until Sunday, April 14, children will be able to embark on a cracking Easter Adventure Quest at nearby Old Sarum.

Each child will receive a quest booklet which will take them on an egg-citing hunt around the grounds, uncovering clues to the fascinating history of Easter as they go.

On completing the challenge there will be a tasty chocolate reward to tuck into.

It costs just £2 to take part, for both English Heritage members and non-members, on top of the normal ticket price.

Find out more on the English Heritage website.