More room to play for Banbury charity helping disabled children

A Banbury charity which provides space for disabled children to let off some steam has settled into its new home.
Let's Play Project, Twyford, Adderbury, has a new home. Deb Kerrison, Project Manager, seated, second from right, with young people and play workers. NNL-180220-185334009Let's Play Project, Twyford, Adderbury, has a new home. Deb Kerrison, Project Manager, seated, second from right, with young people and play workers. NNL-180220-185334009
Let's Play Project, Twyford, Adderbury, has a new home. Deb Kerrison, Project Manager, seated, second from right, with young people and play workers. NNL-180220-185334009

Let’s Play Project’s new base outside Twyford gives the team far more room to host more young people, after nearly nine years in a converted portable building at St Mary’s Primary School in Banbury.

Half term was particularly busy for the charity having moved two weeks before with no break in the service.

Let's Play Project, Twyford, Adderbury, has a new home. NNL-180220-185534009Let's Play Project, Twyford, Adderbury, has a new home. NNL-180220-185534009
Let's Play Project, Twyford, Adderbury, has a new home. NNL-180220-185534009

Project manager Deb Kerrison said: “It was fantastic. The atmosphere was absolutely amazing – I cried when the first bus full of children arrived.”

Let’s Play has plans for additional improvements, donate at www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/letsplay/letsplaybigbuild.