The staff at Sharman Quinney's Hampton office have come to the rescue of a local toddlers group who had thirty new books taken from their storage area.
"Hampton Tiddlers" was set up two years ago following the closure of six children's centres in Peterborough. It is is a small charity run solely by volunteers, providing safe and fun stay and play sessions for children aged 1 to 5 tears with their carers.
The group runs two sessions a week to bring together parents/carers of young children to participate in events and activities.
Residential Sales Manager Ashley Kneebone said: "We were made aware that Hampton Tiddlers group needed to replace the missing books and also required safe, stackable storage boxes, so we decided to act. As a local business we have a duty to support the local groups, especially the charitable organisations."
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