Berkshire Masonic Charity replaces shed stolen from Sulhamstead and Ufton Nervet School

Wednesday, 15 October 2014
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Shedload of help

Easter 2014 saw the callous theft of a shed from Sulhamstead and Ufton Nervet Primary School near Reading in Berkshire. The pupils' favourite toys were left strewn across the playground, with some being damaged beyond repair by the weather.

The Berkshire Masonic Charity (BMC) has stepped in and replaced the shed for the school at a cost of £1,500.

Class teacher Jane Evans said: 'We are delighted to have the new shed and we are very grateful for the help and support of the BMC.' David Jarvis, Provincial Almoner said 'It was a great privilege for the BMC to be able to help and to see the smiles on the faces of the children.'

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