School bus revamped for the homeless
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Former school bus converted into a homeless shelter in Ipswich

A double-decker bus has been transformed into a homeless shelter.

The charity Bus Shelter Ipswich has converted the former school bus so that it can sleep 14 people, complete with a stove, chill-out area and even a log burner.

The project, which has cost about £25,000, was paid for through donations and crowdfunding.

Gareth Brenland, co-founder of the charity, has named the bus after his daughter Tiffany.

  • 12 Aug 2017
  • From the section Suffolk
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