HEAD down to Penketh Library to pick up a pack of Lego cards for free.

Staff at Sainsbury's in Chapelford have donated boxes of the collection cards to the library on Honiton Way after the supermarket offer finished on Monday.

Children can visit the library during opening hours to try to complete their collections.

Posting on the Friends Of Penketh Library Facebook page, a spokesman said: "The very kind and very generous people at Sainsbury's Chapelford have been AMAZING and given us a couple of boxes.

"So pop over anytime during opening hours and collect 10 packs per child for FREE.

"We cannot thank you enough Sainsbury's Chapelford."

As it is National Libraries Week, children are also encouraged to join the library service and borrow a book to read while they are there.

Sainbury's brought back its popular collectable Lego cards earlier this year.

Shoppers could get their hands on a packet for free when they spent £10 in store or online or buy a pack for 50p.

On each card there was a Lego character from a different age, including the Viking and Egyptian era, alongside facts about that particular point in history.

The idea behind the cards was to teach kids history while they play and trade them with their friends.

There were 140 cards to collect.