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Gayton nursery gets equipment boost from supermarket

Gayton Goslings Nursery held an open afternoon for parents and Jayne Dix (centre of cheque) the Sainsbury PR Ambassador presented a cheque for �100 to Goslings manager Alison Jones (left) and to Andrea Fitt (Goslings Chairperson).

Gayton Goslings Nursery held an open afternoon for parents and Jayne Dix (centre of cheque) the Sainsbury PR Ambassador presented a cheque for �100 to Goslings manager Alison Jones (left) and to Andrea Fitt (Goslings Chairperson).

Gayton Goslings Nursery were given a boost when a Lynn supermarket gave them a donation towards play equipment.

The nursery held an open afternoon to give parents a chance to see how the children develop in their care, and their day was made even better by Sainsbury’s, who donated £100 towards the cost of a small climbing wall, after the staff wrote a letter telling them about their plan.

Group manager Alison Jones, said:“It went really well, and we got lots of support from the parents and really positive feedback.”

Pictured, centre with the cheque, are: Alison Jones , left, Jayne Dix (centre) and Andrea Fitt.

Picture:ALAN MILLER

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