The wheels are now in motion to complete our sensory garden at Wisbech. By the summer of 2021 we hope to be in a position whereby individuals can access sessions across all 3 centres and the sensory garden at Wisbech is a big part of that plan.
Deputy Manager Debbie Henderson said "It's really exciting to be able to unveil our plans for the garden here at Algores Way, The work team and the individuals have been working so hard to prepare for the Summer and we are confident that once completed it will be a huge benefit to so many."
The garden features a sensory wall, sunken trampoline, a poly tunnel, raised beds growing fruit and vegetables and also disability friendly swings including one which will be 100% wheelchair friendly.
Founder and Group Director Suzanne Gilby said "I'm so excited by the prospect and opportunities that our sensory garden brings, especially with the wheelchair friendly swing, this alone will give some individuals an entirely brand new experience which is very exciting indeed."
It's yet another fantatsic opportunity brought in by The Helping Hands Group on the back of the opening of the Fenlake centre which offer up-cycling, woodwork sessions and motor mechanics, all very much pushing the boundaries as we look to make the service barrier free.