It will Park near the Church in Portsmouth.
The head of the charity project The Rucksack Project plan to help the homeless survive the winter with the help of a decommissioned double-Decker bus, converted into a place to sleep.
On the transformation of the former vehicle Barcroft Sammy and Joanne vines (Sammy Barcroft, Joanne Vines) from Portsmouth spent about eight months and about 8 thousand dollars. They were assisted by a team of workers.
“I’m glad everything is ready and that the bus will remain in Portsmouth, but no less glad at last to rest.”, said Joanne vines
The bus is equipped with twelve bunk beds, a living room and a fully equipped kitchenette. The shelter on wheels will be parked in front of the Church of St. Agatha in the city centre.
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