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Donation of Mini bus to disabled Children’s Charity

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Dennis Wise the former England and Chelsea football player, and Steve Frankham, Chairman of Frankham Consultancy Group paid a visit to the Parents Consortium in Hextable on Friday 31st July to donate a 16 seater Mini bus to the charity. The donation was from the Denis Wise and Frankham Group Charitable Trust. Katrina Adams Operations Director at Parents Consortium said “This is a massive donation to us and we are really excited to receive this today. We can now take lots of children out on day trips, pick them all up from school and home. It will save time and money and the most important thing is that the children love it”   The mini bus has a football theme design on the side and does not look like a disability bus. Both Steve and Dennis said they were proud to support such a worth charity.

Mini Bus donated by Dennis Wise

The  Dennis Wise and Frankham Group Charitable Trust. The Trust (formally Dennis Wise in the Community) was founded in 2000 through a passion of helping others and improving lives by Ex Chelsea FC Captain Dennis Wise and Chairman of Frankham Consultancy Group Steve Frankham.

The Trust was set up to help raise money for children and adults with disabilities and since inception has gone from strength to strength.

The Parents Consortium is a local charity in the Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley areas providing services and care to disabled children, young people and their families. Services include support, advice, leisure activities, after school clubs, social and holiday clubs, overnight residential breaks and training.

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