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Grand Piano LEGO ideas project
This beautiful Kawai Grand Piano is much more than a LEGO build. It is story and symbol. It is music and life. It is hope and dream.
This Piano was built collaboratively by now 23 year old Lauren Winbanks (diagnosed Intellectual Disability and Autism) along with her mother, Dianne Winbanks. When Lauren was just 4, her parents were told to not expect anything of their daughter. They were told that she was too low functioning to amount to anything much. Not to be deterred, her parents instead spent the years with a focus on what Lauren could do, rather than what she couldn’t do.
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to see if we can make the build eligible
for LEGO production!
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Read More: The Story Behind the LEGO Grand Piano
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How to Vote
2. Activate your account with the code sent to your emails (once it’s activated you’ll be automatically logged in).
3. Follow the prompt to set up your profile, creating your email address as your username (or just take the username generated by LEGO – Just remember to write it down for later use in voting
4. Head back to your emails to activate your new profile by following the link.
5. You profile is now set up, on the Lego Ideas home page search for ‘grandpiano’ by Twinmum22 & access the Grand Piano page. or head to this link which you may have to cut and paste into your search engine https://ideas.lego.com/projects/fb5f61be-e4ab-488b-9e6d-45e25e8c7518
6. Hit Support, answering the 4 quick questions & then confirm support.
7. Take note that the vote goes up!
8. Give yourself a pat on the back!
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We cannot begin to explain how much your support for this project means to us and most importantly Lauren. We thank you for taking the time to read her story and vote today. May you know that you have done something amazing for one very grateful young lady.
Dianne Winbanks – Lauren’s Mother