Worcestershire Libraries is hosting online events for kids this Christmas.

The latest announcement features engaging and educational sessions to keep children across the county entertained.

The Christmas Virtual Coding Club is perfect for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of coding and gain some great experience.

The online club is available for 5 to 17-year-olds to join and caters from beginners to advanced coders.

Challenges are sent via email and can contain monthly with the coding and computing club.

There is also an online LEGO building challenge, where kids will be able to take part in building gadgets which could be used by Santa.

This session is for children aged 5 and older and is a fantastic way for kids to express their Christmas creativity.

The event is due to take place from 2pm to 3pm on December 21.

Worcestershire County Council's cabinet member for communities, Councillor Matt Dormer, said, “Our libraries have been fantastic over the years at getting into the Christmas spirit and I’m pleased to see this year is no different and there is lots for our families to get involved with.

“There really is something for everyone so I would urge people to look at what is going on at their local library and get involved.”

To join the monthly coding and computing club, visit here, and to book your place on the “Lego Bubble – Santa’s Sleigh”, visit here.