Bus project provides shelter for homeless
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Swindon bus project to provide shelter for homeless

Truck driver, Gerry Watkins from Swindon, buys up old double-decker buses to convert them into night shelters for the homeless.

He rips out the seats and puts in beds, a kitchen, wood burner and eating area.

Gerry launched the Big Yellow Bus Project in 2017 and has since bought a second vehicle to provide shelter for more people.

He says he is passionate about helping people, and "wants to give something back".

  • 04 Jul 2019
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