Giving people the opportunity to imagine, fund & create projects that bring their local area to life
The sensory garden would be an opportunity for dogs to use their natural canine skills. Dogs are naturally curious. Enrichment improves a dog's quality of life. It gives a dog a feeling of fulfilment and satisfaction and has been proven to have both psychological and physiological benefits. An opportunity for vulnerable people who do not have the confidence to attend local dog parks. (Guide dog owners, elderly people of the community, owners who own reactive dogs, people who have mental health issues) to feel safe and relax with their dog. This will also create opportunities for people of the community to meet and help out with planting, preparing the area to prevent isolation.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
An opportunity for vulnerable people who do not have the confidence to attend local dog parks. (Guide dog owners, elderly people of the community, At the moment this is an unused green space that will become overgrown and unkept if not put to good use.
Steps to get it done:
About the space
Liverpool City Council