Kew launches new garden designed to reconnect children with nature

Kew Gardens has launched a garden aiming to reconnect children with nature.

The Royal Botanic Gardens has spent five years developing the Children’s Garden in a bid to create a sensory experience for youngsters aged two to 12.

On Thursday, 30 pupils from Dormers Wells Junior School in Southall, west London, used the new giant garden, which covers 10,000 square metres – nearly the size of 40 tennis courts.

“These kids are from a part of London where they don’t have these types of facilities readily available to them,” Jarz Woodford, 50…
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