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Community Recognition Statement - EarlyEd Toy Library

Today I recognise and commend the local organisation EarlyEd. Its toy library initiative provides toys for children of all abilities to borrow, offering families a more sustainable and affordable alternative to buying toys firsthand.

Not only does the toy library keep preloved toys out of landfill but gives them a second life in helping other children's development and skill building. Operating three branches within Wakehurst, the toy libraries are not just fun and games. They also provide an important space for parents and carers to meet in the community, as well as a source of valuable information needed to support their child's learning. I give a massive shout-out to the toy library workers and volunteers who keep the doors open and toys available to locals. Their dedication and hard work make this incredible initiative possible. I commend them wholeheartedly for their great work.

05 June 2024, 23:16

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