The hard work and dedication of service users and staff from Aspire’s New Beginnings Recovery-Orientated Detoxification Service in Balby was celebrated at the official open day at Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s Potteric Carr’s Discovery Zone.
The project has created better access for visitors to the Potteric Carr Nature Reserve, and involved the dedication of many hours’ volunteering from staff and service users from New Beginnings, along with others from Flying Futures and XP School.
To reflect Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s appreciation of all the hard work, Aspire Recovery Practitioner Terez Nagy was invited to cut the official ribbon at the opening. She said: “I’m so proud everyone from New Beginnings who’ve taken part in this project.
“They’ve worked incredibly hard in all weathers to make the Discovery Zone a beautiful place for exploration and learning, which is now more accessible for everyone, including those in wheelchairs and pushchairs.
“We’ve received great feedback from Yorkshire Wildlife Trust who’ve said our support was warmly welcomed and they’re looking forward to working with our service in the future.”