Children at Betws Primary School, in Bridgend, got a nice surprise this morning when they were presented with 1,000 books for their temporary library.
The school library was destroyed by a fire nearly a month ago, leaving the children with nothing to read. Nobody was hurt in the fire, and an investigation revealed it was caused by a table fan which had overheated.
After the fire, the school got in touch with Daybreak's 'Get Britain Reading' campaign to ask for help to re-stock the library, and with a little help from the Salvation Army they managed to do just that. This morning, Daybreak's Gethin Jones visited the school to share the surprise.