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playbus

(ˈpleɪˌbʌs)
n
a mobile playground
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Her first presenting role came in 1988 on Playbus, followed by SMart, The Big Breakfast and Live & Kicking.
Displays by the Police Fast Response Team, Lifeboat, Fire Engine and Playbus.
These included creative writing workshops, a visit from the Bristol Playbus, live music and circus skills demonstrations.
And the Jolly Jacks Playbus will also be situated in or around Speed Square offering a safe soft-play facility for children.
The Brian Jackson Centre, named after educationalist Brian Jackson, was to house a child-minding programme, a project with Chinese children, a headquarters for the innovative Playbus scheme and help for Asian families.
Delegation West Bank Gaza Info concluded that the day was a celebration of the great achievements of the children and teachers and an opportunity to engage in fun activities organized by the Playbus team of the Palestinian National theatre.
He has also been Fundraising and Marketing Director for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, where he helped grow funding from pounds 3 million to pounds 6 million a year, and Chairman of Oxfordshire Playbus, the UK's first mobile children's centre Gordon, who lives near Gloucester, said: "I will be using my experience to help a charity that receives no Government funding to raise its profile, develop its network of volunteer fundraisers and to reach out to a wider audience.
There will also be Jim The Storyteller, a folk session outside the Roundhouse, pottery, mini-dry stone walling, face painting and a North Tynies Playbus.
The Sure Start Playbus was also on hand for the children to enjoy.
Angela Amos, from Wooton Wawen near Stratford-Upon-Avon, will travel to horse show events in her newly-acquired bus to offer amateur and professional riders to leave their children with qualified child minders through her new business Pegasus Playbus.