DKL donates toys to Fairfields Special Needs School

Over 100 gift bags filled with toys from DKL's portfolio were handed out to each student of the Northampton school
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DKL shared its Christmas with the children of Fairfields Special Needs School for the third year running last year, as it donated over 100 gift bags to students.

With the help of Northampton MP Michael Ellis - dressed as Santa - the bags containing toys from across all of DKL's brands were handed out to every child in the school.

Fairfields is a specialist school for children with a disabilities and has won numerous awards for its high standards and provision of a fun and safe learning environment for children with special needs.

Kai Hawaleschka, managing director of DKL and governor of Fairfields School, said: "As a company we have always supported our local community and Fairfield's School does such fantastic work it is a pleasure to be able to give back to them, especially during the Christmas period."



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