Code club for kids at Barnsley Central library

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News: Latest – distributed around Yorkshire February 08, 2017 01:26:25 PM

Central Library is proud to present their new Code Club, teaching children aged between 9 and 11 how to use coding.

Families are welcome to attend, where colourful computer programming software will be available to develop their coding skills and abilities. In these sessions people can expect to learn more about how to create computer games, mobile apps and animations.

Two drop in sessions will take place on Saturday 25 February and Saturday 4 March running from 9.30am to 11.45am. Additional sessions are planned but dates are yet to be confirmed. These events are free, with no booking required.

For more information please contact Central Library, details can be found at


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