King Coel’s Kittens have donated funds to two local groups

King Coel’s Kittens have donated funds to two local groups

April 1, 2014 0 By Philip Tye

The King Coel’s Kittens helped Lexden Springs Special School to reach its target for their ‘100,000 Smiles appeal’. The appeal was launched to pay for a new playground, which has been created on a small field at the school, in Halstead Road. It has been fitted with specialised equipment which can be used by children with a range of disabilities, including those in wheelchairs. The King Coel’s Kittens donated a specialised swing – pictures below show the stages of installation.

 

The King Coel’s Kittens also supported Wivenhoe Scout & Guide Association with a donation towards the cost of installing a new kitchen in the Scout & Guide Hall in Wivenhoe. This donation funded the costs of kitchen units, electric ovens and hobs, other electrical appliances and vinyl flooring.

This kitchen is not just for the 200 youngsters who are members of the 11 Scouting & Guiding units but also the many community groups that use the Hall.