01:12PM, Saturday 25 July 2015
Legoland Windsor Resort will be holding five workshops at libraries in the Royal Borough this summer.
The workshops have been created to be based around the borough’s summer reading challenge theme, Record Breakers.
Children will work together to build the tallest tower or strongest bridge possible out of Lego.
Members of the Legoland Windsor Resort education team will be sharing knowledge for free to children aged between four to eight.
Legoland held workshops throughout August last year and filled every place on offer.
Ingrid Fernandes, strategic development director at Legoland, said: “We are incredibly proud to be supporting the local community again this year with the five Lego workshops in local libraries.
“I’m delighted that by offering these workshops it encourages children, particularly boys, to visit the library during the school holidays so they can learn through building Lego and storytelling.”
The workshops will be taking place from 10-11.30am on the following dates and must be booked in advance at the library:
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