Entry To Festival Of Christmas Trees

We have entered the Christmas Tree Festival at St. Andrew's Church, Rugby this year. The theme to this year’s Festival reflects the Church being awarded the Eco Gold Award. Our Christmas tree was made by people who attend Community Choices Network and led by Support...

IForce FunDay Raises Money And A Smile

Rugby iForce part of Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) raised £609.50 on a Family Fun Day for New Directions on Saturday 27th July and have said that they will continue to raise funds for us as their chosen Rugby charity. They will also donate items to Community Choices...

Managing Mental Health And Wellbeing

Promoting a workplace culture, which supports emotional, psychological and social wellbeing, is a priority for New Directions and is essential to the support and motivation of our staff. 10th October is World Mental Health Day and so we will be sharing our resources...

Allotment Project For NCS The Challenge

New Directions welcomed a group of students, who are taking part in the Challenge with the National Citizen Service (NCS) to Community Choices Network. After learning more about what we do and discussing how they could help us, the students agreed to create a Fairy...

Cakes And A Close Shave Fundraisers For Macmillan

Do you give to charity? The people we support at New Directions find many ways to support good causes and give back to the community whenever they can. Tina, who lives in one of New Directions’ supported living homes, has raised funds for Macmillan Cancer Support by...

Rated ‘Good’ By CQC At Poppy Place

There was high praise for Poppy Place in New Directions’ latest CQC inspection report, which received a ‘Good’ rating. The inspector’s findings stated that, “the staff team understood their roles and responsibilities toward people living in the home and embraced...

New Directions One Of Mayor’s Charities 2019-20

Congratulations to Cllr Bill Lewis who was elected Mayor Of Rugby on 16th May 2019. He has chosen ‘Respect’ as his theme for his year in office. Respect for each other, where we live and the environment we share. New Directions is very pleased...

Support For Carers In Warwickshire 2019

Carers Week 2019 begins on Monday 10th June. This is a great opportunity for New Directions and Warwickshire County Council to raise awareness of the variety of services that are available in Warwickshire to support carers and make their life a...

Seeking Apprentice Support Workers

Would you like to gain valuable work skills as an Apprentice Support Worker and earn while you learn? New Directions will provide you with full training to achieve a Level 2 apprenticeship as an Adult Care Worker with potential to advance...

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