The Wayland Partnership

Sensory Garden

The Wayland Dragonfly Gallery

A calm and quiet space for the local community

The Wayland Partnership Sensory Garden is a wonderful addition to the local area of Watton, just off the high street, tucked away between the Dragonfly Gallery and Watton Library.  It is open during gallery hours. 

A calm and quiet space for the local community

The Wayland Partnership Sensory Garden is a wonderful addition to the local area of Watton, just off the high street, tucked away between the Dragonfly Gallery and Watton Library.  It is open during gallery hours. 

Completed in 2018, the main funder was the Postcode Lottery Trust, with additional sums from Tesco Bags of Help, and Screw Fix [Foundation]. The Prince’s Trust provided volunteers who created decking and painted murals. Mark Lyons, a local paving company, created the ground works at a loss to help the project. Men’s Shed also very generously gave their time and helped out with work creating flowerbeds for the garden.

The garden was opened by the Bishop of Norwich who has long been a supporter of the Partnership and its work. Local people have kindly donated plants, equipment, and their time as volunteers. We now have a small band of local volunteers who plant and maintain the garden. 

We are always looking for more volunteers to assist us with the upkeep and maintenance of the garden, be it some occasional weeding or watering the plants, please contact the partnership if this is something you feel that you could help with.

Reach out to us

Please reach out to us for any queries. We are also always on the look out for volunteers