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Brett Landscaping supports new sensory garden

Landscaping manufacturer Brett Landscaping has donated over 70 sq m of its Broadway riven flag paving to a new sensory garden in Loughborough.

Brett Landscaping supports new sensory garden

The donation, which comes as part of the company’s Love Your Landscape initiative, will benefit wheelchair users and people with limited mobility at Charnwood Gardening Project, part of Voluntary Action Charnwood.

Volunteers cleared and levelled the ground, and the products from Brett Landscaping were used to create a large, accessible paved area, complemented by raised beds made with railway sleepers. Donations were also received to purchase a greenhouse.

Brett Landscaping’s Sarah Gretton said: “This new sensory garden will give wheelchair users and people with limited mobility the chance to enjoy the outdoors. Being able to donate materials which we make locally, free of charge, to such a worthy community project is what the Love Your Landscape initiative is all about.”

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