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Aberdour Sensory Garden
Aberdour Sensory Garden was developed by local volunteers on the site of the former Aberdour Primary School which was demolished in the 1960s.
The garden was set up and created so as to be enjoyable to those with a sensory loss or difficulty, to serve as a place where perfumes, the sound of breezes among the leaves, the harmonious juxtaposition of different flowers and shrubs and decorative paths would make a place for quiet relaxation.
It is now fully-established, and tended by local volunteers. Blind people, the deaf, disabled, and the lucky able-bodies can come here at any time, find something of horticultural interest, and relax or meditate.
Photographs by kind permission of Brian Finch, Crossgates Together