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Summer Digital Den Club taster session at Gravesend library gives kids chance to learn computing coding skills

PUBLISHED: 16:46 18 July 2017

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Ali Kerem Yücel

The club starts in September - but find out more with preview event

Gravesend library is hosting a summer holiday taster session for its upcoming Digital Den Club.

The club aims to teach children between the ages of eight and 11 how to code, how circuits work, how to program robots and more besides.

The Digital Den Club begins in September, but a preview session will take palce on August 24 between 2-5pm.

The event will be free to attend but spaces must be booked in advance.

It is hoped the skills taught will provide essential knowledge for the ever expanding software and technology industry, giving children who attend a leg-up in the future.

For further information on the event CLICK HERE.

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