Five students enrolled on the 12-week Prince’s Trust programme have given a community centre playground a new lease of life.

The group from the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London spent one week working at Play Space, a voluntary-run under-fives community centre playgroup that has served families in North London since 1992.

The students repainted the building, doors and gates, renovated benches and also did a spot of gardening, removing weeds and tidying up plant troughs.


Jordan gets to work on the gate
Jordan gets to work on the gate

Part of the Prince’s Trust programme required students to take part in a community project and, after searching for a worthy cause, they decided to support the Play Space centre.

They raised money for equipment they needed for the project by setting up a stall and selling tea hampers and Fair Trade chocolates.

Centre Manager and Trustee Nisha Morgan said: “When I saw what the students had done I couldn’t believe how much it had changed. Now we have a very special place for the children to go out and play, which is a much brighter, safer and cleaner environment for them to enjoy.”


Featured picture: (L-R) Students Tung Le, Jordan Williamson, Aisha Pittie, Andrea Baki and Rushelle Angus at Play Space in Wood Green.


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