Garden for the senses

THE sensory garden at the new Children s Unit at Hinchingbrooke Hospital has been helped by a gift of LED lights from the Rotary Club of St Neots St Mary s. The tranquil and brightly coloured garden is being created as a low maintenance healing garden wit

THE sensory garden at the new Children's Unit at Hinchingbrooke Hospital has been helped by a gift of LED lights from the Rotary Club of St Neots St Mary's.

The tranquil and brightly coloured garden is being created as a low maintenance healing garden with wheelchair access to all areas. The path that wraps around the outside of the garden and leads to a maze of brightly coloured poles. The garden will also feature a large vertical, stainless steel water feature and statues, which will be lit up at night.

The borders will be planted to contrast with the walls and add all-year round interest.


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