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Langside School for disabled children has appealed for donations after hundreds of pounds worth of vital equipment was stolen for the second year in a row

A Dorset school for disabled children has appealed for donations after thieves took hundreds of pounds worth of equipment for the second Christmas in a row.

Vital maintenance equipment was taken from the garage of Langside School in Poole after Sunday night’s break-in. The school will need to spend an estimated £1,000 to replace equipment and repair the damage. The school is run by the charity Diverse Abilities Plus.

Head teacher Jonathan Seaward appealed for donations from the public to help the school continue its work in the run-up to Christmas.

If you can donate to the school, contact secretary Joan Skinner on 01202 518635.

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