How to catch a rainbow Sensory walk Birmingham

Join our rainbow themed sensory walk at Cannon Hill Park. Our Play Leaders will guide you on a fun filled adventure around the different areas of the park. During the walk, we’ll be engaging each of our senses to connect with our surroundings; from discovering what plants we can smell, exploring how different natural materials feel and what animals we can hear. Sensory activities will be included throughout the walk, such as splish sploshing in the river, mud painting and feeding the ducks! Our Sensory walks are a great way for the family to explore the outdoors together whilst developing the senses and can even improve mood and reduce stress.

We recommend bringing wellies and waterproofs for this adventure for both children and adults! We may find some muddy puddles along the way!

This session we will be walking past a lake with ducks, the route is wheelchair accessible. The session will end with a small craft activity. The park also has a car park (Wildlife Conservation car park, Edgbaston Road, B5 7RL, charges apply unless using blue badge spaces) where we will meet families when they arrive, to begin the session.

Who is it for?

This session is for families who are part of our free Connect and Play service, which supports children with complex disabilities. If you’re not sure whether this session is for you, please complete our service enquiry form or contact [email protected] to speak with a member of our team.

At least one parent/carer must attend the full session with each child and siblings are also welcome to attend for free.

How can I join?

Spaces must be booked in advance, via the drop down menu above.

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