Harrison Townsend

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Jade Townsend

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Jade Townsend (proper) had a name from the varsity to say Harrison was ‘very upset’ after he misplaced his tooth

A head instructor wrote a letter to the tooth fairy on behalf of a five-year-old boy who was upset when he misplaced his tooth at college.

Harrison Townsend’s wobbly tooth got here out and went lacking on the playground at Denbury Major College, south Devon.

Head instructor Jamie Stone requested the tooth fairy to “forgive him” for not having the tooth to “flip into magic mud”.

Mom Jade Townsend was delighted Mr Stone had “saved the magic alive”.

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Jade Townsend

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Mr Stone wished the tooth fairy properly and that she was ‘not too busy’

“It is not one thing you’ll actually get from a head instructor,” she stated.

“For it to be carried out by the top grasp, and in such a fast flip round – it was about 20 minutes from when he did it to when Mr Stone gave him the letter and browse it to him to calm him down.”

“For a child it is all magical and it is actually necessary to maintain that magic alive for me and my household.”

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Jade Townsend

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Mr Stone wrote the letter immediately after he heard Harrison was upset about dropping his tooth

Harrison put the letter beneath his pillow and woke as much as discover £1 there within the morning – he has stated he’s saving up for an alarm clock.