Doncaster Deaf Trust launches appeal for Play Area revampMarch 06, 2019A new and improved play area is in store for youngsters at Doncaster Deaf Trust’s school and nursery as it launches an appeal to revamp its outdoor facilities.
The Trust hopes to raise £125,000 for the new nursery and school play area through its appeal, which will see grassy areas replaced with an all-weather surface and new playground equipment.
Bobbie Roberts, chair of Trustees at the Trust, said: “The importance of playtime for young ones is so important. Children learn to cooperate with others and learn new skills during these essential periods of time.
“With the equipment we'd like to buy, they will learn to improve coordination and balance skills, and build on their physical fitness. Our hope is that we raise enough money to transform this area and make these plans a reality which will make such a difference to the lives of so many children.”
Resurfacing the area alone is set to cost £90,000 to manufacture and install, and the Trust plans to furnish it with brand new British-made play area equipment which is compliant with UK and European safety standards.
Those interested in donating to this appeal can visit the Doncaster Deaf Trust website on their dedicated new play area fundraising and donation page: https://www.deaf-trust.co.uk/appeal/new-play-area
For further information visit www.deaf-trust.co.uk
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