Parents and pupils at a primary school in Norfolk have taken matters into their own hands after the playground was vandalised for a second time.
The head teacher of North Walsham Junior School discovered vandals had broken windows and kicked in doors at the weekend.
The doors on the school's metal play shed were ripped off and all the toys thrown over the field.
Fence work was kicked in where the children can eat and have lunch outside and seating had been smashed, while there was glass allover the place.
"It was a lot of mess and the worst thing was the broken glass and I was really quite worried. We have spent a lot of money and time and energy to put together a really good play area for the children, so for it to be abused in this way it was soul destroying again."
Following an appeal on social media dozens of parents arrived to repair the damage in time for Monday morning.
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