Join the new Lego Club at Llanelli Library


Did you spend hours of your childhood building all kinds of marvellous creations? Well, now it’s the turn of today’s younger generation.
Lego enthusiasts aged between six and 12 who are creative, imaginative or who just like to build things, are invited to join a new Lego Club at Llanelli Library.
Youngsters were invited to build Lego castles as part of the Library Service’s ‘Mythical Maze’ summer reading challenge activities. Don’t worry if you missed it, as there will be another chance for you to join in the fun on September 13, 2-3pm.
With funding from Museums Archives and Libraries Wales (CyMAL), Carmarthenshire Libraries have invested in brand new Lego kits, including building blocks and characters, as well as two Lego alligators.
Each Lego session will offer a unique theme from castles to beaches. There will also be a free-for-all session where children can build anything that they dream up.
Systems Team Manager, Daniel Alliston, said: “Libraries are not only about books, but are also fun places to visit, and hopefully our young visitors will be encouraged to come more often and ultimately to read more, too.”
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Make sure you don’t miss out by following Carmarthenshire Libraries on Facebook or Twitter or email mailto:mlibrary@carmarthenshire.gov.uk or call 01267 224824.

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