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Jewson branch helps wheelchair theft victims

The Jewson branch in Newcastle is replacing free of charge decking stolen from the garden of two wheelchair-bound old people.

Dorothy and Tom Lyddon both use mobility scooters and wanted to put decking in their garden to make it easier for them to get around. However thieves stole the timber from their garden one night, leaving the pair housebound.

was left housebound after thugs stole hundreds of pounds worth of decking from her garden.

Jewson’s Stephen Walker said: “I just saw the article in the

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Fiona Russell-Horne
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