Co-op lends a helping hand to Littleport pre-school

08:19 25 July 2014

Stepping Stones manager Hayley Rudnicki receives a cheque from Co-op boss, Matt Thorogood.

Stepping Stones manager Hayley Rudnicki receives a cheque from Co-op boss, Matt Thorogood.

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The Co-operative in Littleport has chosen Stepping Stones Pre-School as its charity of the year for 2014.

The pre-school is hoping to raise funds for a ‘sensory bus’, which will give the children an opportunity to explore textures, sounds and lights.

The Co-operative, in Main Street, has raised £1,442 so far by hosting cake stalls, bric-a-brac sales and raffles.

An additional £85 has also been donated to Stepping Stones by Hazel Tuck and her family after a memorial match was held at Littleport Bowls Club – bringing the total to £1527.

Stepping Stones manager Hayley Rudnicki, said: “I would like to thank the staff and customers of the Co-op for their amazing support in helping raise such a fantastic amount of money.”

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