Person We Support Builds Birdhouse and Shares His Template With Others

A birdhouse created by a person we support has been such a success, he is encouraging other people to build their own and help their own local bird life.

A baby bird in the birdhouse

Luke, who is supported at Sunnydale, made a wonderful bird house from scratch in his activity sessions. Once it was finished, he placed it in a tree nearby and has been delighted to see that within a week, some birds moved in. Since then, they have nested and welcomed some chicks too.

Sunnydale is a residential rehabilitation service in Shropshire which supports people with mental health needs.

Bird House plans

To help others create their own bird house and hopefully emulate his success, Luke has developed a plan – along with Activities Co-ordinator David – on how to build the best possible bird house.

The template includes the measurements and instructions for how to construct a bird house and is sure to help people welcome more birds into their gardens.

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