Creating a sensory garden
5 July, 2018
A group of volunteers from the London office created a sensory garden at Lansdowne School in south London whose pupils have autism and learning difficulties.
They arrived to be given a plan and a bare piece of ground, several tons of wood and gravel, gloves, drills, a water feature and some plants and told to get on with it!
The volunteers worked out how to measure a hexagon within a hexagon as the main design and checked that a person in a wheelchair would have easy access and then got working.
The plan is to send another team from Turner to build a pergola to complete the project.
For more pictures and a video click here.