Penny Brohn UK, a cancer charity, has developed an interactive journey around the gardens at its National Centre near Bristol.

The interactive garden map allows users to explore the beautiful gardens at the National Centre where they can follow four different journeys to discover information about the history of the garden and the plants and wildlife that live there. Users can also listen to an audio tour of the therapeutic journey around the grounds.

Interactive garden experience created for people living with cancer
The gardens at the National Centre give anyone affected by cancer ‘the chance to explore nature and find a quiet place to relax’

The product is the result of a competition launched by digital mapping company Nautoguide to celebrate Small Charity Week and support a small charity by providing an interactive map tour for free.

“The gardens at the National Centre are a big part of what we do at Penny Brohn UK; giving anyone affected by cancer the chance to explore nature and find a quiet place to relax,” said Hannah Sweetnam. “We were delighted to win the competition to work with Nautoguide to develop the interactive garden map and offer people living with cancer further opportunity to explore our beautiful gardens.”

With over 38 years’ experience, Penny Brohn UK recognises that people with cancer need more than medicine. Its Bristol Whole Life Approach provides integrated whole person cancer support that works alongside medical treatment to achieve the best health and wellbeing. The approach explores areas such as diet, exercise, relationships and managing stress, through free residential and day courses, one-to-one therapies, groups and national helpline.

Click here to access the free interactive garden map.

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