New Sensory Garden at Hall Park

New Sensory Garden at Hall Park

An area of Hall Park that was previously used for composting has now been designated for the creation of a sensory garden. This garden will be partially self-contained and will enhance the senses of touch, smell, sight, sound and taste. The garden will be fully accessible to all, including those with sensory impairment and mobility issues.

The carefully considered planting scheme will incorporate plants and foliage that will stimulate all five senses and provide interest throughout the year. We have already started to clear the site and although the garden we take time to establish, we hope that the design and layout will provide a stimulating journey through the senses, heightening awareness and bringing enjoyment and positive learning experience to all.

We will keep you all posted on its progress via our website and social media accounts. #rushden#hallparkrushden

Posted: Wed, 02 Jun 2021 14:32 by Michelle Lewis

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