17th Century Disability Garden

 

Planting out the beds

 

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This project was kindly supported by Tesco Bags of Help, Broxbourne Council and various other partners.  The outcome was to illustrate the needs of disabled people, to develop an unused plot of land, and to develop local community partnerships.

 

Why This Was Needed

Vision 4 Growth are strong believers in developing inclusive opportunities for all communities.

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How Vision 4 Growth Obtained Funding

The Tesco Bags of Help Scheme operated in local Tesco stores in Cheshunt Old Pond and Brookfield Farm.

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How the Project was Formed

This was a project utilising our volunteers and creating new partnerships in the local community.

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Historical Links to Theobalds Palace

Cedars Park is situated behind Winston Churchill Way and only a few minutes from the M25 junction. It was an important residence of the monarch. James I was particularly fond of Theobalds Palace and referred to it as his "Pleasure Palace".

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The Historical Premise of Gardening Design

A unique design representing symbolism and accessibility was created.

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The Importance of a Planting Scheme

Support from Adrian from Broxbourne Council and our partners helped create a specially designed scheme.

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Symbolisms and Beliefs

To understand what symbols and beliefs were hidden in building construction, garden designs and deceptions, we will have to explore this period of history further.

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Partners

For this project to operate, it was essential that partners had to be established.

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The Future

This funding is to be the beginning of establishing Vision 4 Growth in Cedars Park, to encourage more disabled visitors and work with existing partners.

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