West Bay Play Area

Rotary Club Brit Valley have donated funds required to replace a swing that was destroyed in an arson attack

Adrian Scadding presenting a cheque to Paul Fuzard (Bridport Town Council Finance Manager)

Rotary club members have donated the funds required to replace a swing that was destroyed in an arson attack.

Members of Brit Valley Rotary Club presented a cheque to Bridport Town Council to replace a swing that was destroyed after being set alight at the West Bay Play Area.

The incident occurred in the early hours of the morning of Monday, May 31st at the West Bay Play Area. A fire crew from Bridport Fire Station was called out at 3 am on the day to the small fire at the play area.

Speaking at the time, a spokesperson for Bridport Fire Station called the incident a 'malicious act'.

Using the funds donated a new swing has now been installed at the play area for local children to enjoy.

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