Rotary Club Donation For Sensory Garden

Rugby Dunsmore Rotary Club donated £500 to develop a sensory garden for people who live at our Richmond Court supported living complex  provided by local charity New Directions. The funds will go toward providing trees, plants and interactive materials...

Young Citizens Raise Funds For New Directions

Twelve young people raised £477.72 as Team Reiss for local charity New Directions by supporting people with disabilities, and completing their National Citizen Service (NCS) as part of a government-funded initiative. Team Reiss designed a successful sports...

Rugby Rotary Breakfast Club Donation

The Rotary Club of Rugby Saturday Breakfast Club donated £300 to New Directions and took a tour of Community Choices Network to see how these funds will benefit the people we support. David who attends Community Choices Network said, “It was lovely meeting...

Our Social Care Commitment Pledge

New Directions has pledged to raise workforce quality of adult social care in its services by signing up to the Social Care Commitment (SCC). By making this promise, championed by Skills for Care, New Directions and its employees, including volunteers, can...

Handelsbanken Fundraises Toward 65th Anniversary Celebrations

The local branch of Handelsbanken in Rugby raised £155 for New Directions at their annual drinks reception. There was a prize business card draw at the event with voluntary donations and a top prize of a Rugby Football signed by the WASPS team. Funds...

Our Richmond Court Supported Living Flats Open Soon

Richmond Court is New Directions' latest vision in providing supported living accommodation for people with learning and physical disabilities and will be available to new tenants soon. Designed by HB Architects, this purpose-built housing complex consists...

Recruitment Day For Our Growing Charity

Are you looking for a rewarding career that changes lives? New Directions is Rugby’s thriving local charity supporting people with learning and physical disabilities providing a wide variety of person-centred services that meet people’s needs. We will be opening our...

Courtney’s Apprenticeship Gaining Office Skills

New Directions’ apprentice Courtney, aged 16, has been gaining first-hand knowledge and skills, while earning her own wage, by supporting our charity’s administration team for over 8 months. This week beginning 6th March 2017 marks National Apprenticeships...

Sensory Garden Pancake Day Fundraiser

Rugby Rokeby Lions Club raised £1000 towards New Directions’ sensory garden at Richmond Court, our new supported living development, opening Spring 2017. 20 fundraisers, including The mayor of Rugby, Cllr Sally Bragg, competed in 3 rounds at...