Car dealership gives Woodford Green school money for new equipment

PUBLISHED: 09:28 02 November 2012

A car dealership has handed over a cheque for £2,700 to a lucky primary school to buy new electrical equipment.

Toyota GB & Hills Toyota, High Road, Woodford Green presented the money to Clore Tikva Primary, Fullwell Avenue, Barkingside to buy new televisions and a computer. The company was granted special access to assembly prayers as a special surprise to the children to present them with the money.

Nahide Crisp, sales manager at Hills Toyota, said: “It is wonderful to be able to support our local community, and local schools.”

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