Support The News’ in raising money for Bus Project

From left, Cllr Paul Godier, Cllr Steve Wemyss, Cllr Robert New, Cllr Jim Fleming, Cllr Jennie Brent, Cllr Donna Jones, The Rucksack Project's Joanne Vines, Cllr Luke Stubbs, Cllr Linda Symes, The Rucksack Project's Sammy Barcroft, and Portsmouth City Council's housing options manager Elaine Bastable
From left, Cllr Paul Godier, Cllr Steve Wemyss, Cllr Robert New, Cllr Jim Fleming, Cllr Jennie Brent, Cllr Donna Jones, The Rucksack Project's Joanne Vines, Cllr Luke Stubbs, Cllr Linda Symes, The Rucksack Project's Sammy Barcroft, and Portsmouth City Council's housing options manager Elaine Bastable
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IN LESS than a week members of The News’ editorial team will be running a relay and covering the distance of a marathon.

Our Running for the Bus fundraiser has so far raised £700 for the Rucksack Project’s scheme to turn a double-decker bus into a homeless shelter.

On Tuesday, staff from The News will run around the lake at 1000 Lakeside, at North Harbour.

We are hoping to raise £1,000 to support the Bus Project, organised by Joanne Vines.

As previously reported, Joanne wants to turn the donated Stagecoach bus into a place where homeless people can shower, eat and sleep.

Portsmouth City Council and a number of businesses have already showed their support for the project.

To make a donation visit justgiving.com/crowdfunding/TheNews-runningforthebus.