Due to the current situation of Covid-19, it is becoming increasingly difficult to meet our 2-3 week lead time.

Unfortunately as of 25th March this is looking to be more in the region of 4-6 weeks, although this may also change depending on the current Uk guidelines we have to follow.

We are however still taking orders and if despatch times are possible any sooner we will contact all customers.

If there are any Questions or Queries please do not hesitate to contact us.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

In the meantime please keep yourselves and your family Safe!

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Published: 21/08/2019

Create Your Own Sensory Garden

A sensory garden is a garden area which is designed to stimulate all five of the senses. This can create a relaxing and comforting environment for children and adults alike, especially those who are suffering with mental illness and disabilities.

Our 5 senses consist of sight, smell, sound, touch and taste. All of these are important as they send information to the brain to help us understand the world around us and keep us safe.

There are accessible sensory gardens out there which you are able to visit courtesy of charities such as Tree of Hope, which are amazing, but some people are unable to travel to these gardens on a regular basis, so why not have a go as creating your very own.

 
 
 

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Published: 17/07/2019

How Gardening Can Improve Your Life

 "The Fresh Air Will Do You Good!"

We've all heard our parents say it as we were growing up, especially when they want us to go to the shop for some milk, and although there may have been an ulterior motive, your parents did have a point...

 
 
 

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Published: 17/08/2017

Making Your Garden Mobility Friendly

Gardening is a rewarding activity, which can be beneficial to the mind and body, having mobility problems may make gardening seem like a challenge. Whether you have trouble kneeling, achy joints or use a wheelchair, gardening is still a hobby that you can enjoy. There are many ways in which you can adapt your garden to make it accessible to everyone.

 

 
 
 
 
 

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