The fantastical worlds of Minecraft and Roald Dahl will collide in a series of half term Digital Creator Clubs for children.

Wolverhampton's Library Service and Learning Technologies Team have teamed up to offer sessions which will explore amazing Charlie and the Chocolate Factory contraptions via the Minecraft edu app. 

Minecraft is a 'sandbox' video game which allows players to build with a variety of different blocks in a 3D world. 

The free sessions are suitable for seven to 13 year olds and take place at Bilston Library on Tuesday 28 May, Central Library on Wednesday 29 May and Whitmore Reans Library on Thursday 30 May. Each session is the same, and runs from 10.30am to 3pm. Participants should bring their own lunch.

To book places, please visit Learning Technologies. For further information, please email or call 01902 552025.

The Learning Technologies Team works with teachers and students to maximise the potential of the latest technologies in the classroom. For more information, follow them on Twitter @LTTonline.

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