Building society’s gift to Skipton learning group

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Children are having some extra-special fun - thanks to some new toys.

Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation donated £750 to SELFA (Skipton Extended Learning For All) which provides activities for vulnerable and disabled children in the Craven area.

Manager of the society’s Skipton branch Natalie Bolton said: “I am delighted that the charitable foundation recognised the fantastic work SELFA does.”

SELFA’s holiday club manager Karen Roberts said: “We are extremely grateful to the foundation for helping a small charity which supports many local children with different needs. This money makes a big impact.”

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