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Summer 2016

Dear reader,

Welcome to our new look Making Sense, bringing you news from our recent work.

Sensory Trust's trail marker kitEnjoy.

New Sensory Trail Marker kit - now available to buy. The kit contains everything you need to create a sensory trail in any outdoor space.

 

Early doors dinosaurs (pdf 852k) - We have been working with Eden Project to deliver relaxed style sessions for children with disabilities during Eden's busy summer programme.

Access reviews - We've been busy running access reviews to help venues become more welcoming to visitors of all ages and abilities.

Sensory Trust needs you! Find out about current volunteer opportunities and how you can join one of our many activity groups in Cornwall.

Conference - Access All Areas. Bookings now being taken for our Autumn conference; Access all areas - sharing best practice for accessible tourism. We will be joined by Disability Cornwall and McCaren Access to help businesses respond to the accessible tourism market. The day will showcase leading examples of how to make venues welcoming and accessible to people of all ages and abilities.

Sensory Guides. We have launched a set of sensory guides to the areas of Par docks and King Edward Mine. The guides are available as free downloads as part of our heritage project, Pilchards, Pits and Postcards.

Sensory Nature Adventures and Play (SNAP). We have just started a new four year project working with families of children with disabilities. If you'd like to get involved, please get in touch.

New training packages support dementia care: Our new training packages are designed to enhance dementia care by harnessing nature and the outdoors. 

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