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    Coldplay aiming to save 'the Treehouse', founded by Kids Company

    Coldplay aiming to save 'the Treehouse', founded by Kids Company

    One week after the controversial closure of children's charity, Kids Company, Coldplay are looking to save one of its educational facilities. Named 'the Treehouse' in London, the therapeutic educational unit has been open since 2009, when Kids Company founded the institution, which aids vulnerable families and young people.


    Coldplay's creative director and much appreciated fifth member, Phil Harvey spoke out about the potential 'takeover':


    It's very early stages. We're incredibly proud of Treehouse's work with children in great need over the past six years. We're not going to give up on the center without looking at all options for the future.


    This is contrary to various online reports, which suggest Coldplay are looking to save Kids Company itself, who are under media scrutiny post-closure. Coldplaying understands that this bid is for 'the Treehouse' only.


    We'll keep you up to date on the progress of the bid.


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