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Creating your own sensory space

Creating your own sensory space

COPEScotland was delighted to work with Growchapel the community allotments in Drumchapel, including the creation of what will be the "Scented sitooterie" designed by Enable (Thomas Fortune)



COPEScotland was delighted to work with Growchapel the community allotments in Drumchapel, including the creation of what will be the "Scented sitooterie" designed by Enable (Thomas Fortune).

So many people asked what a scented sitooterie was; a place in nature and a sensory garden that you can also chat in. 

As a result, we decided to make a wee booklet for people interested in creating their own sensory space, indoors or out, to relax.

We were delighted to work with colleagues from The Scottish Sensory Hub based at the Alliance as critical friends to explore ideas for making this booklet as inclusive as possible. We realise it can be improved even further and welcome others to continue developing and improving on it.

None of us alone have the answers, but working together, perhaps we can find more solutions than we can alone.

We have also included some websites and links in the booklet, which may provide a place to start looking for more information.

Spending time in nature can be so good for our well-being in so many ways. We hope you find something in the publication to offer some ideas either for yourself or to share with others.

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better

by  Albert Einstein

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