The Member of Parliament for Stoke on Trent South Constituency in the United Kingdom, Jack Brereton, met Sammy and her team earlier this week at the Wildlife and Birdcare Nature Recovery Project to see their fantastic work. He also shared some glimpses from the meeting.
The Wildlife and Birdcare Natural Recovery Project CIC is a platform that provides opportunities for disabled people to work as an employee and excel in a nurturing environment. They partner with Wildlife Trusts, combining caring for nature and people. People with learning disabilities have made all the homes and habitats in their section, and Ark Wildlife are proud to be associated with this CIC business.
The Member of Parliament for Stoke on Trent South Constituency in the United Kingdom, Jack Brereton, extended his pleasure to meet Sammy and her team at the Wildlife and Birdcare Nature Recovery Project Centre. He also had the opportunity to explore their work and have one-to-one conversations with them.
They also emphasised the importance of saving natural resources and Natural life. As per them, Wildlife and wild species are threatened due to several upraising situations, such as climate change, habitat loss, harmful pesticides, herbicides and artificial fertilisers.
As per MP Jack, The Wildlife and Birdcare Nature Recovery Project are a UK manufacturer of habitat homes for Wildlife that are helping restore the natural environment across the country.
Alongside this, they are making a range of fantastic craft products, which you can also buy from their factory shop, which recently opened opposite Gladstone Pottery Museum.
Further, he shared that Working collaboratively and effectively alongside Strathmore College will help bring these new skills. The learning centre also hopes to increase employment opportunities for young people with learning disabilities and autism.
“This centre will ensure these young people gain skills linked to ecology and crafts, supporting the natural environment,” he urged.