North Kesteven play bus returns after being ransacked by thieves
The Pod play bus that operates across the North Kesteven District is back on the roads after it was subjected to criminal damage at the start of October.
Thieves broke into the bus causing substantial damage and stealing equipment such as laptops, games and a Nintendo Wii.
Repairs have been carried out and chidden will be able to enjoy the service next week.
Leisure and Cultural Services Manager, Mike Lock said; “It is great that The Pod is back on the road so quickly after the disappointing news that it was broken into.
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"We apologise to those communities who were affected during the last few weeks, but we are pleased that we can once again provide an exciting timetable of activity in the district.
"The quick turnaround from the bodybuilders and the support we have received from the public has been overwhelming.”
The Pod’s timetable resumes next week in the following locations:
Tuesday 30th October: Leasingham, 11am - 5pm.
Wednesday 31st October: Scopwick, 11am - 5pm.
Thursday 1st November: Canwick, 11am - 5pm.
Friday 2nd November: Waddington, Redwood Drive Community Centre, 11am - 3pm.
Saturday 3rd November: North Hykeham Town Council Car Park, 11am - 5pm.