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9 Aug 2020 14:41
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  •   Home > News > Education

    A Christchurch Early Child Education centre is asking for their stolen sun sail back

    A Christchurch Early Child Education centre is asking for their stolen sun sail back


    The Dallington centre's principal, Sarah Matenga, says a child noticed it was gone last week.

    Children can't play in the sandpit - a class favourite - as it's simply too hot and despite hats and sunscreen, no one wants to risk sunburn.

    The sail costs 1475 dollars to replace - too high for the non profit centre.

    This isn't the first time they've had property stolen - their gas water heating system was stolen off the side of their building in a previous event.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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