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Phil Tufnell begins building work at national children's brain injury centre

PUBLISHED: 16:13 05 August 2011 | UPDATED: 19:38 20 February 2013

Phil Tufnell begins building work at national children's brain injury centre

Phil Tufnell begins building work at national children's brain injury centre

England cricket legend and I'm A Celebrity winner Phil Tufnell donned a hard hat and high-vis jacket to officially launch a building project at The Children's Trust, Tadworth.

England cricket legend and Im A Celebrity winner Phil Tufnell donned a hard hat and high-vis jacket to officially launch a building project at The Childrens Trust, Tadworth.


Phil Tufnell is vice-president of The Childrens Trust, which runs the UKs largest rehabilitation centre for children with acquired brain injury.


Im always blown away by the amazing work they do here to rebuild childrens lives after a brain injury, he said.


You can see how important it is for parents to be close to their kids when theyre going through rehabilitation, so its great that this work will give more families that opportunity.


The project will add a further nine new en-suite bedrooms to the Trusts existing accommodation for parents, as well as kitchens and lounge facilities.


The building work extends and refurbishes one of the older buildings on the Trusts site in Tadworth and has been funded entirely by charitable donations.



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