WildAid receives a Royal Welcome
Charlie and the Education team at RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre are thrilled to announce the opending of the new Sensory and Learning area. Since September we have been very fortunate to work with a group of aspiring young people from the Princes Trust Crewe 46. As part of a 12 week personal development programme Crewe 46 concluded their programme by fundraising, organising and delivering the creation of the new sensory and learning area in the Education garden.
WildAid Charlie said; ‘We’re really very pleased to offer this project to Crewe 46. It is much needed resource for the community. The group have put big efforts into organising and delivering the project. This experience, for the group currently not in education, employment or training (NEET) develops skills, builds self-confidence and motivation for these young people.
The honorable Mayoress of Cheshire East Council and the Mayor of Nantwich officially opened the new sensory and learning area which will be accessed by a range of groups from across Cheshire and surrounding areas. Crewe 46 were absolutely beaming from their project work. We all celebrated with a buffet, home made cakes and may stories. Well done everyone!
This is just one way WildAid supports the community and where people can really gain from personal development as well as engaging with the natural environment.
If you have an area at your school or in the community that could be something more for the community and for wildlife then do talk with us.
"It's all about encouraging people to participate and learn about the natural world through hands on discovery."
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