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Board games club for children at Langley Library

Every Thursday
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Dice and board game pieces.
Venue: Langley Library
Address: Windermere Road, Middleton
Postcode: M24 4LA
Price: FREE
Suitable for: Families, Teenagers, Children
Facilities: Parking, Wheelchair accessible, Toilets
Event organised by: Rochdale Borough Council

Come on down for a fun, free board game club at Langley Library. 

We've games available for children 3 years and older, including snakes and ladders, drafts and frustration.

Why should my child play board games?

Board games have a crucial role in your child's development and growth. Playing board games helps children:  

  • Learn and develop social and communication skills.
  • Acquire logic and reasoning skills.
  • Boost their critical thinking.
  • Gain spatial reasoning.
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