Business helps replace stolen swing

THE senseless theft of a specially designed swing for children with disabilities has inspired local business people to donate to replace it.

The swing was stolen last week and from Monday morning, Mayor Mick Kruger has received three different offers to help out.

Yesterday, Epic Employment Services gave $400 to help give disadvantaged children a place to play again.

Rosemary Gay from Epic Employment called the theft of the swing “a despicable act”.

Mr Kruger said it would be great to see the swing back at the playground on Seafront Oval.



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