The new toy library gets the thumbs up from local toy testers, Jacob Child, left, 3, of Coutts Crossing and Bradley Hollett, le
The new toy library gets the thumbs up from local toy testers, Jacob Child, left, 3, of Coutts Crossing and Bradley Hollett, le

Looking for fun and games

By RODNEY STEVENS

CALLING all businesses, charities, community service groups and individuals of Grafton ? we need toys.

Clarence Valley Community Programs (CVCP) is re-establishing a toy library to service the community of Grafton due to a high level of interest and demand by the public.

CVCP chief executive officer Jane Allen said they had a team of volunteers who would approach people in the Grafton area in the coming weeks seeking support and donations for the the project.

Ms Allen said the project would provide developmental and educational toys to families and services of the Grafton area.

"CVCP will label toys purchased with donations for the ongoing recognition of the donors to this important community service," she said.

Ms Allen said the toy library was available to all families, including family members such as grandparents or non-residential parents.

Donations or inquiries can be taken by The Pullen Centre 3-7 Prince Street, Grafton, 66427257.



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