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The LEGO 2010 calendar is now on sale! This is great not only because this is a fantastic calendar but also because LEGO are donating all the money made from the LEGO calendar to the National Autistic Society charity who do a lot of help with autistic children.

In the 2010 LEGO calendar you will be able to see twelve different LEGO scenes, with one for every month, each enthuses on the different events of the month. This calendar is quite a large one and when is opened fully is 30 cm wide and 60 cm high with the world famous LEGO logo on the front. If your looking for a calendar that is fun and will be used and noticed regularly then this is the 2010 calendar for you!

Being made by LEGO this calendar is fun and cool, this would be a great present for someone who is a LEGO fan which will be used continually throughout 2010. Since only a limited number of these are actually available in many many years to come this LEGO calendar could have considerable value too! This would be good for a range of people, anyone from six years old to one hundred years old, no matter how old or young you are you can still enjoy the LEGO calendar.

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Fantastic LEGO gift idea.

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