A CHARITY that helps disabled children in Chippenham has unveiled its brand new logo, to mark the expansion of their service.

Springboard runs a pre school at King's Centre for children who have speech and communication difficulties, and helps them integrate into society and mainstream schools.

Up until recently the King's Centre was occupied by charities The Rise Trust, Portage and Springboard.

The Rise Trust has now relocated within Chippenham, leaving the two remaining charities on site, giving Springboard the chance to expand their service by offering more support to children with their two new playrooms.

Jane Boulton, Springboard’s Manager said

“We are delighted to now be in a position to be delivering more opportunities to the young children and families we support.

"Having 2 playrooms allows us to offer an additional 8 places per day, meaning from September we will be opening our doors to 54 families."

Their shiny new logo was designed by Chippenham agency, Milk and Tweed, who were named the Best Design Agency in Wiltshire 2019 by CV magazine.

Jake Jeffries the Creative Director at Milk & Tweed said

“It was a real honour and pleasure to work with Springboard. Creating a new brand and visual identity for such an amazing charity and place like Springboard, was an amazing feeling. They do incredible work."