Sensory Centre News

New Kitchen Garden Development

Posted on Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Some exciting new work at Forth Valley Sensory Centre over the next few weeks, a new Kitchen Garden. This is part of a wider project to engage with children and the local community as well as provide something different for people with sensory loss. Centre Manager Jacquie Winning recently wrote about the project for SCOVI, […]

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Make us Amazon Smile!

Posted on Monday, January 7th, 2019

Forth Valley Sensory Centre is now a registered charity with Amazon Smile. This means that when you are shopping online you can also donate to our charity – free of charge! Log-in via the Amazon Smile portal and shop as normal, all the same items are there as on the regular Amazon site, except, if […]

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Last Braveheart Walk of 2018!

Posted on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

The last Braveheart Walk of 2018 is this Friday, 14th December. But! Do not despair! The first walk of 2019 will be on the 11th of January. Since becomming weekly, the Braveheart Walks have been very popular. Even with inclement weather, we have always had plenty of people wanting to get out and take a […]

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Choir hit top note at Tesco

Posted on Monday, December 3rd, 2018

The Forth Valley Sensory Centre choir, also known as the ‘Sensory Singers’ raised an amazing £295 and fifteen pence with a performance at Tesco on Graham’s Road (Falkirk Retail Park) on 3rd December. The fundraiser is one of two annual events planned, the next takes place at Asda in Falkirk Town Centre on 17th December, […]

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Art Class meets Tessa Asquith-Lamb

Posted on Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Our Art Class had a great day out to Callendar House this week to check out the ‘Museum Mind of Tessa Askwith-Lamb’ and the ‘Drawn From The Past’ exhibition. Tessa creates unique exhibitions based on items held within museums, almost a display of a display. She creates fantastic etchings and intricate paper cut pieces that […]

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