Governor opens Corrin Home sensory garden

Lieutenant Governor Sir Richard Gozney and Lady Diana pictured at Corrin Home, with garden designer Ian Smith and chairman Harold Crellin

Lieutenant Governor Sir Richard Gozney and Lady Diana pictured at Corrin Home, with garden designer Ian Smith and chairman Harold Crellin

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The island’s new Lieutenant Governor, Sir Richard Gozney, and his wife Lady Diana cut the ribbon on a new sensory garden at Corrin Memorial Home, in Peel, on Saturday.

The garden opening coincided with afternoon tea and a fun day – to celebrate the Home’s 60th anniversary.

Sir Richard and Lady Diana took the time to chat with both staff and residents at the opening, including its oldest resident, 102-year-old Jimmy Clague.

The fun day saw children enjoying a bouncy castle and face painting.

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