The Rotary Club of Langport and Somerton has given £150 to 'Curry Rivel in Bloom', to further develop 'Granny's Sensory Garden' in the village.
The Sensory Garden (opposite the War Memorial) will create an area of smells, sounds and colour to further improve the village.
The Rotary Club is proud to be involved with this Community Project, as it links to the 'Forget Me Not'Memory Cafe, that it also supports in the village.
The Cafe is at the Village Hall, every Tuesday from 2.30 — 4.30pm, for those with Memory problems, or have suffered from strokes.
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