Lego Club Facilitator Opportunity

Lego Club Facilitator Opportunity

Closing Date: Wednesday 11th May

If you’re a facilitator with a passion for Lego building and experience of developing and delivering family focused creative workshops, we want to hear from you!

Crewe Town Council is seeking to commission a suitably experienced facilitator to develop and deliver a programme of family focused Lego Club sessions. Taking place within Crewe Library the Lego Club sessions will form part of a wider programme of summer activity, delivered between July and August 2022.

Our aim is to provide a programme of free to access diversionary activities for children of all ages within Crewe during the summer holidays including cultural, sports and nature based activity.


  • Provide a free to access, high quality and family focused programme of summer activity aimed at young people within Crewe.


  • Reduce learning loss over the summer and provide opportunities for young people to achieve the benefits that participating within extra-curricular activities can bring.


  • Reduce the financial burden on parents / guardians to provide opportunities for their children to participate in.


This project will be seen as a pilot project with the ambition and potential to develop activities and build momentum for 2023/4.







  • To develop a programme of five Lego Club sessions which are diverse, artistic adventures, high quality and suitable for a family audience.


  • The theme of the Lego Club will be Gadgeteers and will link in with Crewe Libraries Summer Reading Challenge Summer Reading Challenge


  • To develop and facilitate five Lego Club Sessions, 11am – 3pm (Monday 25th July, Monday 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd August 2022)


  • To provide all additional materials to deliver the Lego Club sessions (Lego will be provided)


  • To ensure health and safety and other statutory standards are met including the completion of all required health & safety paperwork to include:
    • Risk assessments
    • Safeguarding documentation
    • Evidence of DBS


  • Contribute to the monitoring, documenting and evaluation of the Summer activity programme.



The Lego Club sessions will take place within Crewe Library.


The Fee

The Fee is £1050 (This includes the delivery of five Lego Club workshops plus 1 prep day).

With an additional £200 available for workshop materials if required.


How to apply

  1. Submit one A4 page on what you’d like to do.
  2. Provide examples of a couple of things you’ve done before (including completed H&S & safeguarding paperwork).
  3. Include a few sentences about yourself.
  4. Provide a budget breakdown for additional materials.
  5. Provide a copy of your Public Liability Insurance.


Please note that submissions will be assessed and marked out of 100 on the following:

  • Previous experience of programming and delivering family focused workshop sessions within a library environment – maximum score 25
  • Variety and quality of programming – maximum score 35
  • Breakdown of costs for additional materials– maximum score 25
  • Knowledge and experience to complete the required health and safety, safeguarding documentation including DBS check – maximum score 15

Please email your submission to with Lego Club Summer Programme in the subject heading, by 10am on Wednesday 11th  May 2022.


Key Dates

  • Tuesday 19th April 2022 – Opportunity advertised.
  • Wednesday 11th May 2022 - Deadline for completed applications.
  • Friday 13th May 2022 – Contract awarded.
  • August 2022- Craft sessions to take place (Monday 25th July, Monday 1st, 8th,15th and 22nd August 2022).
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