Forth Valley Sensory Centre
Our wall hanging
One of the highlights of our 10th Anniversary celebrations was the creation of a wall hanging which brought together all our groups and Centre Users to create a piece of art that truely captures what the Centre means to them.
The artwork was stitched together by volunteer Margaret Howie and we are extremely grateful for all her hard work in creating something which acts as a centrepiece in our reception area.
The work celebrates a decade of changing, helping and influencing lives across Forth Valley and was made to reflect something which each person or group associated with the Centre.
We have a regular art session at Camelon Education Centre. These classes are for anyone with a sensory impairment and have proven to be very popular with those taking part.
Patient instruction and real results are the key to this successful project. The existing class is based around sculpture, perfect for blind or partially sighted people.
Please contact Brenda Whyte if you are interested in joining our art group and for more information. We are happy to look at interest levels for future classes so do feel free to get in touch.
As part of our ongoing work with the Sensory Garden and our desire to make sure Centre Users are at the heart of everything we do in Your Centre, we have commissioned a ‘Welcome Wall’ mosaic at the garden entrance to let everyone know they can come in and enjoy our garden.
All our groups and Centre Users were given the chance to create a tile that meant something to them. The tiles were fired, painted and cured and will be fixed in place as part of the re-opening process.
Below are some of the images from the creation process. The final mosaic will be revealed when the Sensory Garden is open once again!
Wall hanging art images
The below as the individual panels of the wall hanging.