The Severn Valley Railway is set to bring a host of fun this half-term with its ocean-themed event. 

The heritage railway will be welcoming Brick Live to The Engine House at Highley offering families an action-packed day out. 

The event will be running from Saturday, May 25 until Sunday, June 2 with 18 Brick Live installations on display including an octopus, parrot fish, turtle and large squid. 

Kidderminster Shuttle: Brick Live is coming to the SVR Brick Live is coming to the SVR (Image: Severn Valley Railway)

Each model is hand-built using thousands of bricks with children also getting the chance to let off steam in the outdoor play area and by sorting mail in the Travelling Post Office. 

Along the route to The Engine House, there will also be fantastic views to explore including fields filled with bluebells in full bloom. 

Cafes, refreshment kiosks and gift shops will also be open for treats and snacks to enjoy during the trip. 

Kidderminster Shuttle: One of the Brick Live creations One of the Brick Live creations (Image: Severn Valley Railway)

Entry to The Engine House is free but parking is limited so visitors are urged to get there by heritage train. 

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