St Saviour's community centre sensory garden restored

St Saviour's Community Centre sensory garden
Image caption Lavender, geraniums and sunflowers are all due to appear in the new garden

Staff from a Guernsey company have been working on restoring a sensory garden at the site of the new St Saviour's community centre at Mont Varouf.

Royal Bank of Scotland workers have spent weekends restoring the garden to its former glory after they fell into disrepair.

The aim is to include many scented plants and other sensory features for disabled people.

Liz Pirouet, who led the team, said: "It had so much potential."

Parishioners agreed in September to convert the former school into a community centre.

Ms Pirouet said: "When it's finished it will be fantastic for everybody and a really good memory for the Mont Varouf parents who did a lot of hard work in the first place."

More on this story

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites