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Plea for Lego bricks to help build kids club

Staff at Macclesfield library are looking for toy bricks so they can start their own Lego Club for kids.

The summer Lego event at Macclesfield Library was very popular with youngsters

Macclesfield Library is on the hunt for toy bricks after a hosting a successful Lego event.

The Jordangate Library held a hugely successful Lego Club over the Summer, and is hoping to make it a regular thing – but need more bricks.

Katherine Yates, a librarian at the library on Jordangate, said: “We borrowed Crewe Library’s Lego collection during the summer to run our first Lego Club which was a big success.

“We are now hoping to start our own collection so we can run a Lego Club on a more regular basis.

“If anyone has any Lego at home that is no longer played with then we are asking them to consider donating it to the library.

“Donations can be handed in to a member of staff and will be gratefully received.”

If you have any unwanted Lego bricks drop them off at the library. All donations will be gratefully received.

The library is open from 9am until 7pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, from 9am until 5pm on Wednesday and Friday, and from 9am until 1pm on Saturday.


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