Senior Aerospace Bird Bellows have raised £2000 for local charity Ruby’s. £1500 was raised by staff from the company at their annual Christmas raffle and through kind donations and the company donated £500. Alison Parr, founder of Ruby’s was proud to receive the donation and thanked the company for the ongoing and generous support.

John Stewart, CEO of Senior Aerospace Bird Bellows said, “there are many local employees who have or know people who have children with special educational needs and disabilities, so we were pleased to support Ruby’s as we know the amazing work that they do in our community”.

Ruby’s is a Congleton based charity which supports children and young people aged 0-18 years old with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and their families and carers in Cheshire East. Theyprovide high-quality facilities onsite at their centre in Congleton and outreach sessions at partner venues and onboard our mobile sensory bus. They offer person-centred support, by a dedicated team of staff and volunteers, who are equipped with a wide range of knowledge, expertise and lived experience. Ruby’s offer coordinated support and action to improve the quality of life and wellbeing to individuals and groups in Cheshire East with some of the most vulnerable and complex needs. For more information about Ruby’s please visit their website:

Photograph left to right: Peter Hope longest serving ex-apprentice, Mustafa Kose 2nd Year Apprentice, Martin Lewis Head of Manufacturing, Alison Parr from Ruby’s, Jakob McGregor 3rd Year Apprentice, Camren Capon 1st Year Apprentice.