Half term fun with Bricks4Kidz

Debbie Adamthwaite and Mark Pullen, co-owners of Bricks4Kidz
Debbie Adamthwaite and Mark Pullen, co-owners of Bricks4Kidz

With the half-term school holidays approaching, Bailiff Bridge based firm Bricks4Kidz has launched workshops offering activities for youngsters using LEGO bricks.

The sessions will take place in Wesley House, near Central Methodist Church in Brighouse town centre, between February 16 and 18 and are aimed at children aged five and above.

Debbie Adamthwaite, co-owner of Bricks4Kidz, said: “We’ve put together a varied package of themes based on favourites like ‘mining and crafting’ and ‘superheroes’ but also sprinkled in some new ideas base on Minions and a certain Time Traveller.”

Fellow co-owner Mark Pullen said: “The workshops are two hours long with three taking place each day to allow parents to consider their options to fit in with the normal pressures of school holidays and the workplace and we’ve taken on board positive feedback to offer discounts for multiple bookings.”

All of the workshops are pre-bookable online at http://tinyurl.com/b4kcalderdale.