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By Kevin Unitt Monday 28 January 2013 Updated: 30/01 08:24
LEGO have donated bricks, figures and games to keep youngsters amused while being cared for on Warwick Hospital’s children’s ward.
The donation of toys aims to help ensure children on the MacGregor Ward are continuing to use their imagination while playing.
Susan Moulton, play specialist at the hospital, said: “I would like to offer my sincerest thanks. Our ward is always looking for new toys for our playroom and this is a fantastic donation of a much loved toy.”
Ian Moore at Lego added: “Our aim is to spread the fun of lego across the younger generation, ensuring children all have the opportunity to continue to use their imagination and creativity when playing with toys.”
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