Library launches Lego play for adults

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Think you're too old to still be playing with Lego?

Leeds Central Library has organised a Lego for Grown-Ups session for adults who just can't stop building with the coloured bricks.

Hosted by Brickshire, a Yorkshire-based Lego user group, the idea is to bring people together to show off their Lego creations.

Lego will be provided and visitors are welcome to bring their own.

The session takes place on Saturday February 11 from 2-4pm in the Art Library reading room, which is located on the first floor. It's free to attend and you don't need to book.

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