Sensory garden aimed at children with special needs opens

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Sensory garden aimed at children with special needs opens

Timelords and a tardis were the main attractions at a party to raise awareness of a sensory garden aimed at children with special needs.

The project in Islington was all down to the Kindness Offensive group and not-for-profit Centre 404 which supports those with learning disabilities.

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