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Broadfleet Sensory Garden

 

Created on the Doctor's surgery car park on School Lane.  Successful grants from Awards for All and The R. V., E. and H. Moon Charitable Trust and input from Pilling Parish Council has seen the area landscaped and planted to offer a quiet place to rest in the countryside of Pilling.

Started in November 2010 Graham Armer, the Parish Lengthsman began by draining the area and relocating the original two wooden beds.  Following that the centre wooden raised beds were built in situ and dressed stone was purchased from St. Johns Church to create the perimeter beds. 

 

Pilling Parish Council is indebted to C and D Clitheroe for the provision of the soil for the beds and to Wyre Borough Council for the seating and waste bin.

Building supplies came from C and C Supplies and they were dug, arranged, spread,
re-arranged and finally laid to rest by Pip Whiteside.

The Parish Council is forever grateful to Denis and Marilyn Howcroft for planning the centre beds, sourcing the plants and shrubs and taking the time to aesthetically plant out.

The two perimeter beds are to be designed by St. Johns and St. Williams Primary Schools.

 

Pilling Parish Council acknowledge the assistance of Harry Rawcliffe of ICT RuralMatrix in the making of this Web Site.
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