CHARITIES TO ‘PASS GO’
Five Preston charities are being sought to get the ‘Chance’ to star on the brand new official MONOPOLY game for the city.
The charities will be immortalised on the MONOPOLY: Preston Edition game.
And they will each get to take on a very starring role on their very own square – on Community Chest and Chance spaces.
For more information please visit bidpreston.co.uk/news/monopoly/
VOTE for the Space Centre
Votes for charities to feature in the game should be sent via email to: info@6StarPR.co.uk – polling is now underway and closes at 23.59pm Wednesday (3rd June 2020).
The Space Centre is unique. Established in Preston Lancashire in 1993, it now has two large sensory rooms and a third smaller room. The centre has the largest multi-sensory environment in the United Kingdom for people with special needs and our mission statement is:
“To provide a place where those with physical, learning or emotional difficulties may more easily acquire skills and enjoy experiences usually denied them.”
At Space we have all the latest lighting, sound and projection equipment which are controlled by iPads to give maximum flexibility for anyone with any special needs of any age. To find out more about each of the sensory rooms and what we do and how we can help, please take a look at our About Us pages and Facilities pages by clicking the link in the menu bar above.
We have a café and social area overlooking our beautiful gardens where groups can bring their own picnics and drinks and snacks are on sale. Groups may use the kitchen facilities for preparing food or bring food in from McDonalds across the road. We have two fabulous Changing Place rooms where clients can be hoisted to be changed in privacy and with dignity.
The Space Centre is part of Creative Support, a high quality provider of person centred social care services for people with learning disabilities, mental health and other needs based in Manchester. As a not-for-profit agency (a registered society with charitable status), Creative Support are committed to using their assets and resources to create opportunities for the people they support.
Space also has a registered charity, The Friends of Space (charity number 1161929) which we need to raise ongoing funds for purchasing specialist equipment, and repairing and maintaining this equipment. Space is such a specialist niche area which makes it very expensive to run so we are grateful for the ongoing support of the public to keep the centre open.