Sensory discovery walks in beautiful Sydney Gardens
Thanks to funding from Sport England, we are running sensory walks in Sydney Gardens to help Disabled people and unpaid carers connect with nature, be active and discover this beautiful park.
An opportunity to slow down and discover
Sensory walks are a brilliant way to connect with nature, to slow down and notice your surroundings.
They have a positive effect on wellbeing and people report feeling calmer and more relaxed following them.
We have designed the walks in partnership with Sense, and they are suitable for people with a range of different impairments and needs.
The walks are taking place in Sydney Gardens, an accessible, nature rich park that has facilities such as: an accessible toilet, a Changing Places toilet and accessible play equipment.
For more information about the Park, please see our Accessibility Guide.
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