In that period it has raised and spent on children £1.12 million, recorded over 90,000 visits by children, in 3,700 plus sessions at local neighbourhood sites, rural and urban. The project worked with Fair Play from 1994 to pioneer a model child protection policy, and the government-funded pilot for CRB checks. Fair Play asked its people what they think children want from their Fun Bus (whose activities the children decide) that is different from their peers of 1983. 'Not a great deal, to be honest. They seem to value having somewhere where their agenda counts, where they can make and meet friends, run off steam, do things that satisfy them, and have FUN. This project is typical of the local groups that join and need Fair Play for Children to help their work with children.
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