Green light for sensory centre garden in Falkirk district

It has been a great week in Forth Valley Sensory Centre at Camelon which has been able to unveil new garden plans.

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 21st March 2017, 9:26 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 11:09 am

The details are on the centre’s Facebook page where visitors can provide thoughts and feedback.

The staff also welcomed MSP Alison Harris to the centre who wanted to understand more about what it provides for people with a sensory impairment across Forth Valley.

She met a panel of centre users and was given a tour of the facility by Christine Moroney. The new 18+ drop-in group for the deaf took place on Monday. The group is a great opportunity to meet old and make new friends and enjoy a great evening filled with activities and conversation.

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For more information follow the centre on Facebook, just search for Forth Valley Sensory Centre, or contact Lynne at the centre.

There are appointments available for the health and well-being sessions on Thursday with the students from Falkirk College.

Treatments are £5 each. To book contact reception at the Centre.