Dr Kath Curtis Hayward

I’ve been involved with the community PARC for over three years since helping to plant the community orchard and have since been involved with the development of the Sensory Garden and various tree planting schemes.

I have been delighted to take part in many events at the PARC from dancing and singing at traditional Wassails to learning to weave a willow ‘fedge’ or helping children explore the worlds of mini beasts.

As a GP I am very aware of the importance to people’s physical and mental health of such community gatherings and being outside in nature.

The PARC provides a beautiful open space for everyone, and recent developments, such as the Sensory Garden, will increase its attraction and accessibility for both young and old.