Newcastle charity lands UK’s first mobile double-decker Learning Bus

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Success4All, a Newcastle-based children’s charity raised £55,000 in one month for a learning bus project; the first of its kind in the UK.

The project caught the eye of Channel 4’s ‘George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces,’ however the filming schedule meant that Success4All only had a month to raise the funds to make the learning facility. [wlm_nonmember][…]

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North East engineering charity the Reece Foundation however, was interested in the project and donated the first £30,000 which was used to purchase the double-decker.

After the initial donation, through crowdfunding the charity was able to reach their target of £55,000.

The bus, now complete, features STEM equipment, a café and lounge and built in WiFi.

The Newcastle charity managed to raise all of the money within a month. SUCCESS4ALL
A view of the lower desk looking forward. SUCCESS4ALL