Toy firm dashes to hospital’s Christmas rescue

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A Milton Keynes toy firm has helped replace gifts stolen from the world famous Great Ormond Street Hospital.

MGA Entertainment, located at Crownhill Business Park, is responsible for toy brands including Bratz and it donated a range of Christmas gifts to patients following a theft of over £2,000 worth of presents.

Andrew Laughton, managing director at MGA Entertainment, said: “We were deeply shocked and saddened to hear the news that Christmas gifts that were meant for the patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital were so cruelly stolen. We hope the gifts we have donated will help bring a smile to the children’s faces this Christmas.”

Great Ormond Street Hospital in London was set up in 1852 and is celebrating its 160th anniversary. It treats 300,000 children every year, including many with rare and life-threatening illnesses.