Sweet smell of success at a Trowbridge special site

This Is Wiltshire: Prince's Trust Learning Curve project members put the finishing touches to the sensory garden area at Larkrise school Prince's Trust Learning Curve project members put the finishing touches to the sensory garden area at Larkrise school

A group of unemployed young people funded and built a sensory garden at Larkrise School in Trowbridge which is for west Wiltshire children with severe learning difficulties.

The team worked with The Learning Curve charity as part of a 12-week Prince’s Trust programme – raising £300 for materials and negotiating discounts and donations from organisations including Shaw Trust Palmer Gardens, Mole Valley Farmers, Countrywide and Leekes.

Philip Cook, the school’s headteacher said: “I’m particularly happy that they’ve considered potential access problems.”

Learning Curve is also trying to find local businesses which can to offer work experience placements.

Call Craig Enderby on 01225 792500 or email craig@learningcurve.org.uk

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