Plans to improve school’s play area moves up a gear thanks to taxi firm donation

A school has been given 23 reasons to cheer after a taxi firm pledged cssh to help cover the cost of repairs caused when would-be-thieves left a trail of destruction.
Rossmere Primary School’s pupils and staff were left saddened and disappointed after a break in at the Catcote Road site saw a bench torn apart and a hole in smashed into a wall of its building.
The vandals had also broken off padlocks to get into the grounds.
A play area which had only been open three days had to be closed off after the damage was caused between last Tuesday and the Wednesday morning.
A police investigation... read more

18 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 30

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