Minecraft club launches at Ipswich Library

Familes attended the first session of the Minecraft club at Ipswich library on Tuesday 26th July.
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Familes attended the first session of the Minecraft club at Ipswich library on Tuesday 26th July. Mohil Garg enjoying the club. - Credit: Archant

Youngsters enjoying the start of the summer holidays flocked to Ipswich Library yesterday afternoon to take part in the library’s first weekly Minecraft club.

Familes attended the first session of the Minecraft club at Ipswich library on Tuesday 26th July.
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Familes attended the first session of the Minecraft club at Ipswich library on Tuesday 26th July. Enzo Maddalena and Fraya Harwood. - Credit: Archant

The club runs from 2-3pm every Tuesday until September 6, when it will move back to 3.30pm when the school term starts again.

A Suffolk Libraries spokesman said: “The club offers a chance for children aged 8-13 to get together to play this popular online game and get hints and tips from other players. It also has educational benefits as it promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem solving.”

The club follows others launched at libraries in Stoke, Chantry, Thurston, Capel St Mary, Aldeburgh and Stowmarket.


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