King’s Lynn charity group helps to fund vital play equipment

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King’s Lynn Trinity Rotary Club has presented £900 to a Break children’s home to help them buy essential play equipment for their children.

A garden swing, a giant Connect 4 and an interactive emotions rug all help the children with expressing feelings.

Deputy manager Katie Mathunjwa said “They have been an invaluable addition to the home’s facilities.”

The new swing and giant Connect 4 in the garden of the Lynn home are shown in the photograph above.

At the presentation are Janet North, manager of the home, Graham Hill, Chris Sykes, Lesley Bambridge, (club president), John Hardy and Bob Foster of King’s Lynn Trinity Rotary Club and Katie Mathunjwa.

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