Looking For Lego March 31st, 2014 jmr jmr Latest News Latest Notices Shares Comments Unwanted Lego pieces and figures are being sought by Formby Library to help set up a new club. The Duke Street library is looking for any Lego bits as part of a new weekly Lego Club starting in May. The club, aimed at children over 5, is set to start on Saturday, May 8 from 1.30pm. Sessions will last for about an hour and there will be a story to start things off. All children under 8 will need to be supervised by parents/guardians and any Lego experts who would like to volunteer to help run the group are more than welcome. Formby Library manager, Lisa Laisney said: “Such is popularity of Lego at the moment, we are looking to start a new Lego Club at the library. “To get it up and running we are asking if anyone with any spare Lego could donate it to the club so that others can enjoy it. “Any type of Lego will do, so hopefully residents out there will have some their children don’t play with any more and this will let the club flourish.” For more information on the Lego Club call Formby Library on 01704 874177. Also at Formby Library… April’s monthly talk at Formby Library will be by Roger Hull. This is called ‘Liverpool Records Office – An Aladdin’s Cave and takes place on April 8, from 2pm. Roger will be explaining the work of the Records Office, illustrated with some very interesting examples, and also briefly talk about the Liverpool Central Library refurbishment. Call the library to book a place. Submit News Contact us with your community, business or sport news. Phone 07930717137 Email [email protected] Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news Facebook www.facebook.com/otsnews.co.uk Related Comments comments!