The Rotary Club of Langport and Somerton recently presented a cheque for £150 to sponsor the new Sensory Garden created opposite the War Memorial, as part of Curry Rivel in Bloom.
Rotary sponsor many Community Projects, and the new Sensory Garden, provides the opportunity for Villagers to stimulate their sense of colour, texture, fragrance, and sound.
This garden fit perfectly with Rotaries initiative of the 'Forget Me Not' Memory Café, which was started over 5 years ago, to help anyone locally with memory problems, as a result of Dementia, Alzheimer's or Stroke.
The 'Forget Me Not' Memory Café is at the Village Hall every Tuesday from 2.30pm till 4.30pm.
Please contact Adrienne on 252710 or Christine on 741606 for more information.
The Rotary Club continues to support many local Clubs and Organisations (Youth Clubs, Elderly Groups, Schools, and Students). For more information about what the Langport & Somerton Rotary Club does, go to langportandsomertonrotary.org or Facebook or by contacting Clive on 251399
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