Construction Club

Young inventors, creators and builders are invited to drop in and play with our massive supply of LEGO

Founded in Denmark in 1932, the name LEGO was created by taking the first two letters of the Danish words ‘leg godt’, meaning play well. The iconic building blocks are part of so many people’s childhoods all over the world.  In 1998, LEGO was one of the original toys to be inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame.

Join us and let your imagination run wild!

Construction Club takes place on the last Saturday of the month.

  • Admission is free.
  • Please note last entry is at 12pm.
  • Ages 5+. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Spaces limited. First come first served basis. You may be expected to wait until a space at a table becomes available.

Children’s Library

Southport Library’s showpiece is the extended children’s section with room for activities and events, which includes a ship, specially made for the library, named after Kathleen – a real fishing boat built in Southport around 1900. There is also a teenage area. The space is family friendly with a number of reading, singing and arts and crafts activities taking place in the area.

Families are at the heart of what we do; see the full offer for all ages here.

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