John Crane helps Children in Need

Toy firm supplies charity with stock for DIY SOS special TV programme.
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UK toy supplier John Crane Ltd has helped BBC Children in Need create a colourful seating area for kids.

The firm donated 12 Two Tone Chairs to the charity as part of its BBC One special programme DIY SOS: The Big Build, which attracts around six million viewers.

The Children in Need show features the renovation of a centre for children with additional needs in Edinburgh. 

It is an indoor and outdoor space for young people aged from three to 25 years old, and is celebrating its own 25th anniversary. 

The build took ten days from the end of September to early October, and over 300 people helped transform the building and outdoor play area.

DIY SOS: The Big Build Children in Need Special will be shown on BBC One this week.

For more information on John Crane view www.john-crane.co.uk or call the sales line on 01604 77 49 49.

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