A sensory garden to help disabled people feel less stressed and to improve their motor, communication and social skills has been completed at the Hungerford Resource Centre.
Individuals and organisations from across West Berkshire have been donating their time and materials in order to create the garden.
It includes a range of different items that invoke the senses to benefit those who visit the centre who have learning or physical disabilities, or who suffer from frailty or dementia.
Resource centre manager Diana Ivanova said: “Our sensory garden is finally completed – we opened it last year but some people were unable to access it.
“Now it is fully accessible, everyone loves spending time in this beautiful space, and we could not have achieved this without the commitment of our staff team, family members, volunteers and the generosity of the local community.
“Together we created this lovely garden that is now fully accessible to our customers who all have different abilities and needs.”