Lego Club raises over £250 for library
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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.'
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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.
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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.