Cash means secure future for Playbus
IPSWICH Community Playbus is on the road to a secure future thanks to a £500 donation.The cash has come from the Ipswich Borough Council's central area housing panel and will go towards buying a new fitted toilet for the fun-filled double-decker.
IPSWICH Community Playbus is on the road to a secure future thanks to a £500 donation.
The cash has come from the Ipswich Borough Council's central area housing panel and will go towards buying a new fitted toilet for the fun-filled double-decker.
Jo Smith, playbus co-ordinator, said: “Being a charity, we rely on donations like this.
“We're very pleased to receive the cheque and very grateful too.”
Michelle Baldry's 15-month-old daughter Millie is a regular on the playbus.
She said: “Millie loves it here. It's ideal for her.
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“Because I am new in the area, it's great to have somewhere like for me too - a place to find your feet and meet other mums.”