Saturday, 15 September 2012

Seaton Sensory Garden, Seaton, Cornwall

We often go for a stroll along Seaton beach to see the big waves breaking along the shore, its a shingle beach and dogs are allowed on the beach all year round so more suitable for a bracing walk than a sunbathe.

Behind the car park is Seaton Valley Countryside Park, which is a lovely walk up the valley, and part of it is wheelchair and pushchair accessible, they also have some new fitness equipment along part of the route turning it into a trim trail too.

What we discovered on our walk this time which we have never spotted before is the Sensory Garden. Its a beautiful little garden to wonder around, sit and think and pause for a moment, play hide and seek around the bushes. Sadly its looking a little bit uncared for and slightly over grown, but this adds to the exploring nature for the kids.

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