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Lego Club raises over £250 for library

PUBLISHED: 11:27 10 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:30 11 January 2018

Lego Club at Beccles Library. Photo courtesy of Lego Club.

Lego Club at Beccles Library. Photo courtesy of Lego Club.

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A father-and-son duo are hoping to build upon the success of a Lego Club they started last year.

The Lego Club at Beccles Library was formed in July by David Brambley-Crawshaw and his eight-year-old son Robin.

Children and parents alike enjoy working together and meeting the challenges set.

Mr Brambley-Crawshaw said: “I have been astounded at the creativity and skill on show from the children - they have made some amazing projects and have loads of fun.

“From bridge building, to cargo boats and even protective cages for eggs - everyone has had a great time and built some truly amazing projects.”

It is £1 per child to take part and so far over £250 has been raised for the Beccles Library Trust.

The Lego Club meets on the third Sunday of each month.

The next meeting will take place on Sunday, January 21, between 10am and 11.30am, where the group will be building rubber band powered race cars.


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