This sensory garden was designed and built for the NHS. It is designed around a series of rubberised paths, specifically coloured so partially sighted patients can differentiate between path and other rough ground. The garden also contains brightly coloured raised beds so wheelchair users are closer to the plants and can touch, feel and smell the plants designed to have colour throughout the year.
The garden was officially opened by the HRH
The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO (The Queen’s cousin) on 22nd September 2010 where he planted an Acer palmatum to commemorate the occasion.