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Last Updated: Saturday, 7 August, 2004, 08:59 GMT 09:59 UK
Chatsworth garden made for senses
Chatsworth in Derbyshire
Chatsworth House is popular with day trippers
A new sensory garden at Derbyshire's Chatsworth House is being officially opened by the home secretary.

David Blunkett will speak about the garden, which has been open to the public from June 2004.

It was created by the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, working alongside the garden and park departments.

The garden was designed to attract all five senses, from path surfaces and walls to flowers and plants and a newly uncovered stream.




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