NURSERY pupils have been reunited with their treasured toys after the manufacturer kindly replaced two which were recently stolen.
Pupils at Seathorne Primary School were deeply upset when they returned from their half term holidays to discover heartless thieves had stolen two of their prized ‘Didi Cars’
And Didi Car was so aghast to hear of the terrible crime which had deprived the children of their ride-on cars that staff offered to replace them for free.
Didi Car director Ian Amis said: “I heard that the children were very upset to have lost their Didi Cars, which were so much fun for the children that we felt we should replace them so they can enjoy the toys again.
“Didi car is a small family business with children of our own, so the terrible crime hit home doubley hard.”
Nursery teacher Donna Burry was ‘pleasantly surprised by the heart warming offer’ and said the children are already putting their new toys to good use.
“We were so grateful, I never expected anything like it to come from a company.
“The children are very excited to have their toys back, they are always the first toys to get played with and they were very pleased to have two new ones.”