Workers at a Huddersfield nursery were left devastated after thieves stole money intended for a memorial to Private Frampton who was killed in Afghanistan.
Staff at a Huddersfield nursery say they will continue fundraising after cash they raised for a memorial to a local soldier killed in Afgahnistan was stolen. Thieves broke into Nightingales nursery and took more than £500. The cash was to be spent on a bench in memory of Private Anthony Frampton.
Thieves have broken into a children's nursery and stolen more than five hundred pounds raised to celebrate the life of Private Anthony Frampton. Private Frampton was killed in an explosion in Afghanistan last month along with five colleagues.