LEGO makes supporting children in need child’s play when the group brings its 3D heart installation to London.

For one day only the group will bring a huge heart installation to central London as part of its Build To Give campaign and invite people - young and old – to build their own heart for charity.

The huge 3D heart installation will come to London on Tuesday, November 14 and welcome visitors from 10am to 6pm. Alongside the installation there will be an interactive build area in which LEGO fans can support the campaign by building a heart of their own.

For every LEGO heart built and shared on social media with #BuildToGive, the LEGO Group will donate a set of bricks to a child in need.

The group’s annual charity campaign is now in its seventh year, and since Build To Give’s conception, the initiative has donated more than 6.5million sets of blocks donated.

This year’s donation target has been set at 1.5million sets.

People can participate in the campaign even if they can’t make it to South Bank tomorrow as you have until December 31 to share your LEGO heart creation with #BuildToGive.

The installation will then tour to Glasgow and Cardiff later ion November.

If you’re not sure how to build a LEGO heart, visit for a few ideas.

If you’re looking for more fun things to do, the capital is gearing up for Christmas and has plenty of festive activities to get involved with.

The Gingerbread City will open in Belgravia on December 2, and the edible exhibition is a fantastical, futuristic city where imagination, innovation and forward-thinking city planning meet.

For a Christmassy show, Hansel and Gretel at The Globe will also open in December. Opening December 8 and written by Poet Laureate Simon Armitage, the classic fairy tale has been reimagined to tell the story of two children sent into the woods by their parents who are trying to protect them from the war raging in their village.