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Sainsbury’s Barkingside hands over £2,000 cheque for new playground furniture at John Bramston Primary School, Hainault

PUBLISHED: 17:38 17 September 2013 | UPDATED: 17:38 17 September 2013

Sainsbury's Barkingside store manager Chris Wager, with Brenda Kemp and Sharon Booth, present the cheque to John Bramston head Melanie Dye while 
Aryan Vaja (nine), Kalila Khan (seven), Aimee Reeves (10) and Kajus Juecinskas (eight) jump for joy

Sainsbury's Barkingside store manager Chris Wager, with Brenda Kemp and Sharon Booth, present the cheque to John Bramston head Melanie Dye while Aryan Vaja (nine), Kalila Khan (seven), Aimee Reeves (10) and Kajus Juecinskas (eight) jump for joy

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Sainsbury’s in Barkingside handed a £2,000 cheque to John Bramston Primary School for some timber-shivering new playground toys this morning.

A “pirate ship” climbing frame is among the furniture the Newcastle Avenue school plans to build.

As well as helping raise the cash, staff from Sainsbury’s in Tanners Lane got stuck in with repainting the playground over the summer holidays.

Store manager Chris Wager handed over the money during a school assembly.


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