We all remember playing with Lego when we were kids, spending hours on end building the perfect house or tower, then leaving it on the floor for our mum's and dad's to tread on, ouch! The benefits of kids playing with Lego goes beyond fun and pain, it aids creativity, problem solving and lateral thinking, making sure Lego is accessible to all kids is important for their development.
Hesters Way Library in Cheltenham recently approached Baylis on supporting a new Lego Club which the Library wanted to setup for the local community, of course we couldn't turn this down as it's something that fits the whole ethos of 'Baylis in the Community'. The Library have recently launched the club which runs fortnightly and is open to all children 5+ years, the first session proved to be a great success.
The Lego Club is open to anyone interested, there is no need to sign up. Andy Stewart who setup the club says; this will give the children in our local community the opportunity to get creative and build anything they choose with LOTS of Lego. They can either work on their own creations, or build as a team. Each week the children will be given a different theme and the opportunity to create what they want. The library will provide the Lego, while the kids provide the imagination!
Join in the fun and games at Hesters Way Library's fornightly Lego Club, suitable for 5+ years! No need to book, just turn up to attend from 11:30am - 12:30pm.
Hesters Way Library, Goldsmith Road, Cheltenham GL51 7RT