Youngsters at Langley Mill Primary School are enjoying brand new play equipment thanks to a joint donation from a housing association and one of its contractors.
Futures Homescape, based in Ripley, donated £500 to Langley Mill Primary School to buy play equipment for the nursery, while their contractors, J Tomlinson, carried out a free spruce-up of the school.
The school used the money to purchase a cosy crate, a wooden seat which children can nestle in to read a story, and a tepee for them to play in.
Karen Toft, head teacher at Langley Mill Primary School, said: “We would like to thank both Futures and J Tomlinson for their contributions to the school. The children love their new play equipment and have really enjoyed having story time in their tepee.”
Malcolm Smedley, of Futures Homescape, said: “We are always enthusiastic to help out local residents of all ages, and hope that the children at Langley Mill primary school get a lot of enjoyment out of their new play equipment.”