Sensory garden was a team effort

Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A sensory garden has been established at BUPA Care Homes¹ 90-bed Collingwood Grange care centre in Camberley, Surrey, with help from P&G Professional. BUPA collaborated with national horticultural charity Thrive for a second year to create gardens for its residents to enjoy, making Collingwood Grange one of nearly 90 BUPA care homes across the UK to develop a garden that is specifically designed to stimulate the senses. P&G Professional, manufacturers of leading professional cleaning and laundry solutions, supported the project financially and enlisted the help of 16 employees who volunteered to take part in the project for three weeks. The volunteers¹ tasks ranged from digging a pond and laying paths to planting raised borders. “We are delighted to be involved in such a worthwhile project and to have the opportunity to give something back to the community,” said P&G Professional¹s Nicola Jones. “The team found it extremely rewarding and it is great to know that the garden will provide such enjoyment to re

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