A sensory garden has been designed and created along the wall by the petrol station
Try smelling the lavender, the many herbs — look for the curry or lemon.
Grasses have been chosen to hear in the wind.
Try feeling the different textures of the plants and the stones between them.
Strong colours, pale colours and different colour stones are for sight.
A variety of herbs have been chosen for taste.
The Curry Rivel in Bloom team would like you to enjoy the new planting. The whole area is not complete so keep an eye on our progress.
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