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As their name suggests, LEGO (from the Danish 'leg godt', or 'play well') have made it their mission to improve children's imagination through play.
The company was founded in 1932, and has remained in the Kristiansen family for three generations, evolving from a carpenter's workshop to an international enterprise and third-largest global toy manufacturer.
When Ole Kirk Kristiansen established the business in Billund, Denmark, the company manufactured ironing boards, stepladders, wooden toys and tools, and gradually shifted to wooden ducks, Tiddlywinks, Automatic Binding Bricks, plastic tractors, letter bricks, bilo-fix, number bricks, London buses, LEGO trains, doll houses, family figures, cars and caravans, castles, spaceships and so on.
The LEGO brick has been awarded 'Toy of the Century' twice, and was launched in its present form in 1958.
The LEGO Group has over 30 branches across Europe and North America.
They are currently building the LEGO House in the heart of Billund, a 24-metre tall building consisting of 8,500 m2, to give visitors the full experience of the story behind the brick. The project is expected to be complete in 2016, and up until then, Billund shops will benefit from exclusive rights to sell a model of the LEGO House.
The LEGO Brand stands by its core values: imagination, caring, learning, quality, fun and creativity. Its motto is 'Only the best is good enough', safeguarding the founder's spirit.
LEGO's mission is to inspire the builders of tomorrow by learning through play, which reveals their creativity and develops essential skills.
LEGO currently strives to fulfil its 'Planet Promise' to have a positive impact on the planet by setting strategic ambitions, such as: eliminating product recalls, supporting learning for millions of children, achieving unrivalled levels of renewable energy usage, and reducing its waste levels.
Lego Terms and Conditions
Once you have browsed the website and filled up your online basket with lots of lego goodies, you'll go through to the checkout and place your order. It'll tell you if its been successful and will send you an email of confirmation. This email will also have the estimated time of delivery and the address you selected.
The estimated delivery times are usually correct, however sometimes they can change due to weather conditions or peak seasons such as Christmas. If you're out of the UK and wanting delivery, then check out the list on the lego website to see if you're applicable for it.
Opening Hours and Contact Information
You have round-the-clock access to the online shop and 24-hour assistance via the customer service section on the website, http://service.lego.com/en-gb, as well as the help Help section athttp://service.lego.com/en-gb/helptopics.
With 13 LEGO stores in the UK alone, you are sure to find one nearby. To check the, address, opening hours and contact information for your nearest store, simply select the LEGO Stores Quicklink at the bottom of the homepage, and then enter your post code in the box allocated on the next page. Otherwise, use this link for a full list of the LEGO stores across the globe and scroll down to the UK section:http://stores.lego.com/en-gb/stores.
Company Registration Information
LEGO Company Limited
Company Registration Number: 00368236
Registered address: Capital Point, 33 Bath Road, Slough, Berks SL1 3UF, Great Britain.
Head Office Address