The Sensory Trust builds richer connections between people and place. Explore our main themes...

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Sensory gardens and landscape design

A close up picture of a fern leaf

Read more about sensory design.

Access improvements & inclusive design

Feet walking across textured paving in a street

Read more about accessible and inclusive design.

Using sensory nature activities

Mixed natural materials for creative activities

Read more about multi-sensory outdoor activities.

Or specific beneficiaries...

People living with dementia

older people enjoying bouquets of fresh flowers

Read more about dementia-friendly activities.

People with sensory impairments

visually impaired student explores through touch the bark of a tree

Read more about engaging the senses.


Latest highlights

Sensory treasure hunt game

gofindit, a sensory treasure hunt card game

gofindit is great for getting people out exploring nature and the outdoors. Beautifully designed and fun to play, you can find out more here.

Dementia friendly walks

Steve being interviewed by BBC as part of dementia-friendly walk

Our dementia-friendly nature walks have proved so popular they recently featured on BBC Cornwall. If you want to find out more about our approach or want to join in you can find out more here.
Update we are now starting a new walking group in the Bodmin area.

Guide to accessible greenspace

Final chance to get a copy of our Making Connections: a guide to accessible greenspace - now available at a reduced price while stocks last.

Latest project news

Pilchards Pits and Postcards is our latest heritage project to open up access and understanding of heritage for all people.

Creative Spaces is using the outdoors to enhance well-being for people living with dementia.

Sensory Natures Hubs are nature-based activities designed to engage people with learning disabilities.

See more project highlights >>

New Clay Tales app

Screenshot from Clay Tales app

The Clay Tales app is a story walk for the trails across the china clay landscapes in Cornwall. Read more >>