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Manchester Foundation
Trust Charity

New Arrival at the Children’s Hospital

Mr Bus
Monday 09th June 2014

A top children’s ride known as Mr Bus has been installed at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital to help raise money for their charity. Jonathan Barker, the owner of Leisurematic, donated and installed Mr Bus at the hospital on 4th June.

Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital is the largest children’s hospital in the UK and the charity helps to raise money for additional resources that make life easier for patients and their families who use the hospital. Mr Barker says that he is thrilled to have had the opportunity to install one of these machines and help raise money for such an outstanding hospital. The machine has been put in place to help bring fun to children and visitors of the hospital but to also help raise money for the hospital. . With all the profits going to the charity, they will be able to support projects that help to make a difference to children and their families.

Mr Bus is one of the top earning shared revenue rental machines from Leisurematic, who are the leading supplier of shared revenue rental kiddies rides and coin operated amusement machines. With all the profits made from the machine going to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity, it is sure to make a big difference to the children and the families there.

Joel Oxberry, Corporate Fundraising Manager at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity, stated, “We are extremely grateful to Leisurematic for their kind and generous support. Mr Bus is sure to be a hit with our patients and their siblings as they take their own little bus trip that will help us to raise money to make a difference.”

Those interested in shared revenue rental kiddies rides and coin operated amusement machines like Mr Bus, can find out more

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