Bond Wolfe donates £250 to help local nursery replace ransacked sensory room

L-R: Kuldip Kaur, Jayne Taphouse (Nursery Manager), Lisa Worrall and Jody Sargent representing the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust

A children’s nursery in the Black Country has started to restore its sensory room that was wrecked by thieves, thanks to the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust.

The fund run by the leading Midlands commercial property agents has given £250 to the Kinder Kids Day Nursery on Holyhead Road in Wednesbury.

The donation came after thieves broke into the nursery and ransacked the sensory room – damaging doors, stealing projectors, smashing or stealing lava lamps, taking cash and a portable DVD player.

Jayne Taphouse, Manager at Kinder Kids, said: “This donation really means to the world to us and we’d like to thank Bond Wolfe from the bottom of our hearts.

“The whole nursery was upside down after the thieves left, and they even threw the computer on the floor because they couldn’t remove it.

“Fortunately, the thieves have been caught and are in custody, but this does not replace the time, effort and recourses that they have ruined.

“The children loved our sensory room and this money from Bond Wolfe means we can start replacing the items that have been broken or taken.”

Lisa Worrall, Events and Project Manager at the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust, said: “Bond Wolfe is determined to play a part in the community.

“We were so sorry to hear about what happened at Kinder Kids and so we are delighted to help them start to get things back together.”

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