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Armley: £15,000 minibus appeal launched

A crowdfunding appeal to raise £15,000 for a lifeline minibus for older people in Armley has been launched.

Elderly help group Armley Helping Hands has launched the appeal as its existing minibus is starting to age and a new one is needed to provide door to door services in Leeds 12.

Armley Helping Hands CEO Dawn Newsome said:

“The transport service is vital in enabling our service user to participate in community activities with in their community and enjoy their retirement years.”

Donations to the appeal are welcome here.


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