RUBERY residents are being urged to show how much they care about their village as part of a new project.
Love Rubery has been developed by St Chad’s Church member Jodie Brown and includes all sorts of highlights which demonstrate what a fantastic place the village is to live in. It invites residents to explore them and complete some treasure-related challenges, using a ‘Hidden Treasures’ map produced by members of the New Road church.
Those wanting a day out are urged to explore their local countryside or country parks or head for the skate park or Lizzie’s Farm to entertain the children.
Those who feel there are gems not included in the list can share them on social media at facebook.com/stchadsrubery or via Twitter – @stchadsrubery using the #LoveRubery hashtag.
Revd Claire Turner said “Jodie has done a wonderful job in gathering together just a few of the things that people told her were good about Rubery.
“We hope that by celebrating the good things, we can encourage the community to share good news, work together to make things even better and bless one another as we do.”
The maps are available from St Chad’s Church which is open for weekly Sunday morning communion services, Stretch and Balance exercise classes on a Monday and Thursday morning, worship on Tuesday morning, Stay and Play sessions on a Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning and a free cuppa and a chat on Friday mornings.
Details of further Love Rubery events will be posted in the coming weeks and months on the church noticeboard and Facebook page.