New direction for hungry winter birds

Cross Roads charity had a tree planted today, which was donated by a local garden centre.''Pictured: Susie Smith prepares to hang the first bird feeder to the tree, with Joyce Hutchinson, Wendy Goddard (Senior Support Worker), Ian O'Neill, Collette Rudnicki (House Leader) & Mark Varney looking on.
Cross Roads charity had a tree planted today, which was donated by a local garden centre.''Pictured: Susie Smith prepares to hang the first bird feeder to the tree, with Joyce Hutchinson, Wendy Goddard (Senior Support Worker), Ian O'Neill, Collette Rudnicki (House Leader) & Mark Varney looking on.

A COURTYARD has been transformed into a sanctury for birds this winter thanks to service users at New Directions, a charity for people with learning difficulties.

Thanks to a donation from Bernard’s Nurseries the centrepiece of the garden is a rowan treee that was chosen by the team of New Directions gardeners.

The charity provides a wide range of housing, health, support, day activities and wellbeing services for people with learning disabilities and their families in Rugby.

For more information about New Directions please contact Doreen Woodward on (01788) 573318 or visit www.newdirectionsrugby.org.uk.