The BBC Children in Need Appeal has thanked a Suffolk business for its practical donation to the fundraising efforts.
Innovative storage firm Portable Space, has been acknowledged for creating an imaginative family-friendly play area at the recent CarFest events, which raise money for the Children in Need.
Portable Space, based in Bacton, donated five 20ft converted shipping containers to the organisers, which were thentransformed into eye-catching arched entrances to Superhero World.
CarFest is the brainchild of Radio 2 Broadcaster, Chris Evans and as part of the 2017 festivals, organisers requested the containers, as well as delivery to and collection from the two locations.
Mark Dolman, Commercial Director of Portable Space, said: “We’ve helped out with CarFest in previous years but this time our involvement played an even more prominent part with the creation of Superhero World.
“BBC’s Children In Need Appeal is a very worthy cause and we were happy to contribute by donating the converted containers, fabricating the entrances and also transporting and erecting the structures for both festival venues.”
Izzy McGough, Assistant Show Manager at Brand Events which organised CarFest said: “The Portable Space team was great to work with and always enthusiastic and generous in giving their time, including coming to London for a meeting.
“We are really grateful for their support and commitment to the event – thank you!”
Portable Space provides innovative solutions for secure storage or additional accommodation, including converted shipping containers, steel cabins and modular buildings to sectors such as education, construction, renewables, self-storage and the domestic market – across the UK and internationally.