If you’ve visited the Sensory Trail at Rushcliffe Country Park recently, you might have noticed some new additions.
In the last few months, a xylophone and glockenspiel have been built for visitors to bash away at, both made of recycled materials taken from an old bench, used fence posts and metal tubes from a damaged gate.
Meanwhile, the ‘Wobbly Tower of Ruddington’ is our very own answer to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, featuring numbered blocks that can be stacked to create – you guessed it – a wobbly tower!
Other new items include the Snake Path and Bridge of Konigsberg Puzzles and the first of two mirror activities. The popular Hit Pipes have also been repainted and the bat refurbished.
Many thanks, to Roger Byrne and all the Friends of Rushcliffe Country Park for creating these new activities and making the park such a stimulating and diverse environment for visitors.