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    Weʼve raised £0 to help us raise money to get a wheelchair accessible minibus so our wheelchair bound residents can go out into the community more often

    Closed on Friday, 1st December 2017

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    We are trying to raise money to buy a mini bus with disability access for the residents in our care home. Two of our residents are unable to partake in our trips out due to lack of transport in our area which caters for their needs as they are unable to get in and out of a car safely.

    These ladies and gentlemen have worked their whole lives and are now, due to a lack of accessible transport, unable to continue doing the things they enjoy doing due to staff not being able to get them out in the community as often as desired.

    Please help us give these residents more social interaction and a chance to enjoy the things in life they used to for the time they have left.



    Rebecca Barker

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        Rebecca Barker

        Rebecca Barker


        We are trying to provide a better quality of life to our residents who have worked all their lives and are now disabled to enjoy the activities they used to by raising money to buy them a mini bus so they can socialise in our local community more regularly

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