Legoland has allowed television cameras to film the day to day running of its famous Windsor resort - for a four part documentary being shown on Channel 5 over four weeks starting Sunday.

Titled Inside Legoland: A World of Wonder, the first one-hour programme will go out at 8pm next weekend with the other three episodes set to be shown in the same weekly Sunday slot throughout August.

Filmed over five months during summer 2019 and the start of this year, viewers will be given unrivalled access into the daily work life of some of the 1,800-strong workforce.

In episode one next Sunday, viewers will meet the model makers who between them are responsible for the thousands of models made up of over 90 million bricks - following the newest member of the Model Maker team Will as he embarks on his first day in one of the most sought-after roles at the Park.

A World of Wonder viewers will follow the designing, building and launching of the world’s first ever DUPLO rollercoaster.

They will follow the animation team as they perform a sky-high six monthly dentist check-up on the technic dinosaur made from over one million Lego bricks, the ride services team as they diagnose what is troubling the Jolly Rocker pirate ship and the events team race against the clock to display 3,000 pumpkins across the Park in time for Halloween.

Marianne McGoldrick, Marketing Director at the Legoland Windsor Resort said: “We’ve been welcoming families to LEGOLAND Windsor for over two decades and we thought it was about time we let the nation go behind the scenes to see what’s involved in keeping a 150 acre theme park and two hotels running around the clock.

“Having reopened at the start of July, we’ve already helped thousands of families have some much-needed fun after a difficult few months and we hope that Inside Legoland: A World of Wonder will inspire plans for a Great British day out or staycation this summer.”

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