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Bubble Club launches crowdfunding campaign to continue delivering accessible nightlife for people with learning disabilities

London mayor pledges £13,500 to campaign to save Bubble Club...

Bubble Club announced crowdfunding to stay open
Bubble Club announced crowdfunding to stay open

Bubble Club, a collaborative enterprise for people with and without learning difficulties to run their own accessible club nights in East London, has started a crowdfunding campaign to avoid closure, following budget cuts in the borough of Tower Hamlets.

Aiming for a target of just over thirty thousand pounds, it’s operating costs for the next year, Bubble Club has been operating for the last thirteen with a mission to put on ‘top-quality, undiluted club nights that are accessible to everybody and promote the positive value of people with learning disabilities in our society.’ 

With the London mayor now pledging £13,500 the campaign has exceeded its target with 37 days left.

To donate visit their Spacehive page.

For more information on Bubble Club, visit their website.

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