A two year old toddler who was playing, found and picked up a bag of white powder, suspected to be cocaine in a Salford Sure Start Centre in Lower Kersal.
Sure Start Centres are set up nationwide, and are for children to attend local play groups and for mother and baby to enjoy massage sessions.
It is understood that the social services, who were once guilty of placing children at risk in Salford, which then lead to the death of two small children, use this particular Sure Start centre, which is formally Oakland Day Nursery, on St Aidan's Road, as a contact centre for children they have kidnapped, and also use it to conduct parenting assessment classes for whatever family they choose to harass.
The bag that contained the white powder was recovered by staff and the police were called, who later revealed the substance found was indeed cocaine, as first thought.
The mother of one toddler who was in the class said: "I got a call saying that they had found a bag of cocaine and they had no idea where it came from.
"It’s disgusting. It’s a nursery. You expect your kid to be safe when they are there and you place your trust in them."
Salford Spokesman Gary Tumulty, Acting Northwest Regional Organiser, said "This is terrible, and disgusts me, I just hope the council are having a full inquiry as to how cocaine got into a class of children, just think what would have happened if one of the children had found and perhaps swallowed some of the cocaine."
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