Crawley Borough Council, Crawley Open House and The Danny Gallivan Trust are helping rough sleepers.

Take a look inside the double decker bus that’s been turned into a home for Crawley rough sleepers

Crawley Borough Council is offering rough sleepers a safe and warm place to sleep thanks to local charities Crawley Open House and The Danny Gallivan Trust.

Danny the Bus is a double decker bus with 12 sleeping pods, a kitchen and seating area. It was originally converted to be used for ex service personnel and has been offered by The Danny Gallivan Trust. It was refurbished by the Crawley Men in Sheds project and will be available until March 31, to be operated by Crawley Open House during periods of extreme cold weather. During this time, it will still provide shelter for any homeless former services personnel who needs it.

Danny the Bus, Crawley.
Danny the Bus, Crawley.
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Crawley Open House, Riverside House,'Stephenson Way, Three Bridges, 'Pic Steve Robards SR1827414 SUS-181210-163341001
Crawley Open House, Riverside House,'Stephenson Way, Three Bridges, 'Pic Steve Robards SR1827414 SUS-181210-163341001
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Men in Sheds and the Danny Gallivan Trust.  Kerry Gallivan (co-founder) Gill Flint (treasurer) Steve Swain (chairman), Victoria Flint (secretary).
Men in Sheds and the Danny Gallivan Trust. Kerry Gallivan (co-founder) Gill Flint (treasurer) Steve Swain (chairman), Victoria Flint (secretary).
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Men in Sheds working on the bus.
Men in Sheds working on the bus.
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