Minecraft game - youngsters wanted to build model

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Causeway CoderDojo are looking for players of the popular kids computing game ‘Minecraft’ to help them build a scale model of Ballycastle in the game.

Organisers say they need players to use their PC minecraft game to connect to our public server (minecraft.causewaycoderdojo.com) and to start building the roads and buildings of Ballycastle.

Full details of how people can participate can be found on the website: http://team.causewaycoderdojo.com/2013/10/06/how-to-help-build-minecraft-ballycastle/

Prizes will be given out in December to everyone involved with helping to build the town.

Causeway CoderDojo aims to introduce young people to computer programming and runs every first and third Saturday of the month at 10.30am for two hours in the Moyle Enterprise Agency, Moyle Road, Ballycastle.

The CoderDojo is free and new members from ages 7-17 are always made welcome.

They can be found on:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/CausewayCoderDojo

Website: http://team.causewaycoderdojo.com

Twitter: @CausewayDojo