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We recently got involved with a charity event as part of Bristol’s increasingly popular street art festival, See No Evil. Longplaya was a charity auction run at the See No Evil pop up shop, supporting community arts causes, including Knowle West Media Centre and Trinity.[...]
Recently we’ve been in touch with a woman called Carolyn, who’s shared with us her foster daughter’s alternative use for her Trunki suitcase. Jessica is a 7 year old with Cerebral Palsy and chronic lung disease, meaning she is dependent on an oxygen supply 24/7.
Cerebra is a unique charity set up to help improve the lives of children with brain related conditions through research, education and directly supporting the children and their carers. Jessica’s story is just one of the examples of the amazing work that they do.
What better way to celebrate the news of Trunki manufacturing in the UK than to visit the factory? Well, after getting the cake and bucks fizz out of course ;o)
On Friday the team jumped onto a giant Trunki bus* and headed to Totnes in Devon to take a look around the new Trunki factory. We were even set the challenge of fully assembling our own London 2012 Trunki.
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