GREEN-FINGERED volunteers dug deep to help a learning disability charity create a new sensory garden.
Volunteering under the government scheme, the National Citizenship Service, the group spent a day working on Alscot Estate – the site of Heart of England Mencap’s day activity group, Pathway.
They lent a hand and a few trowels to the charity, which supports individuals with learning disabilities across Warwickshire, transforming the outside space into a special garden area.
Jake Thornton, Pathway co-ordinator, said: “We are very grateful to the team from NCS for choosing our charity.
“We have a wonderful location here thanks to kind support from the Alscot Estate with plenty of outdoor space for our customers to use and explore. This new garden will be a wonderful addition – a place everyone at Pathway can enjoy and get involved in.”
Heart of England Mencap supports individuals by providing services such as residential care, supported living, short breaks, respite and outreach.
Call 01789 298709 or visit www.heartofenglandmencap.org.uk for more information.