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Closed 26/08/2016

raised of £2,000 target by 25 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,585 to Help improve and provide better outdoor facilities for charity Hop, Skip and Jump in Bristol.

    Bristol, United Kingdom
    Funded on Friday, 26th August 2016

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    This year, our chosen community charity is Hop, Skip and Jump.
    Providing care for children and young adults, HS&J’s Bristol centre offers a variety of indoor and outdoor activities to engage children with disabilities and special educational needs. Children are able to experience a sense of space and freedom to help build self-confidence, social skills and self-esteem, whilst parents and carers receive some much-needed respite.

    As you might imagine, funding for this vital service is limited and as such, the charity is unable to maintain the outdoor play areas as much as they’d like. Without the funds for a regular gardener, the space has become overgrown and unloved. Grasses and nettles are starting to take over, furniture and play equipment are starting to rot, and toys are rusting in the absence of storage facilities. The sensory garden and vegetable beds have also died back whilst shrubs and trees have become so large that it’s difficult to keep an eye on the children whilst they’re playing.

    Our team will be on site on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th August to get our hands dirty and give the garden a much-needed tidy. But we can’t do it on our own – we need volunteers to help with painting, clearing, tidying and planting. No experience required – just as much time as you can give on either (or both) of those days!

    If you can’t be there on the day, you can still help. From now until the big day, we’ll be approaching local companies that might be able to provide tools, vital materials and equipment such as raised vegetable beds, paint, compost, plants and play equipment.

    Alternatively, any donation to the project would of course be invaluable! Not only will this help us buy vital equipment for the centre, it will also help fund a regular garden maintenance visit to make sure the kids can keep on enjoying this outdoor space for years to come.



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      • Sue Dann Interiors

        Sue Dann Interiors

        Aug 18, 2016

        So sorry I could not make it in the end but glad it all went well


      • Sheila Dunlop

        Sheila Dunlop

        Aug 18, 2016

        Sorry I couldn't make it.. Well done all those that did!


      • Caroline Jack

        Caroline Jack

        Aug 11, 2016

        Best of luck for the weekend, what a brilliant cause. Before and after pics please! Caroline x


      • Anonymous


        Aug 10, 2016

        Alas on holiday but hope it all goes well. Kelly crew x


      • Noel and Sally

        Noel and Sally

        Aug 9, 2016

        A great cause, well done all at W and L.


      • Sue and Mike

        Sue and Mike

        Aug 9, 2016

        Good luck with this wonderful project - hope the goalpost is useful!


      • Rod and Jill

        Rod and Jill

        Aug 9, 2016

        What a great thing to do. Sorry we can't be there to help but hope this helps to reach your target.


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      Bristol, United Kingdom

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