Part of Clydesdale Community Initiatives which covers a number of garden projects. Lanark Moor Sensory Garden is a large sensory garden built by and for people experiencing social exclusion. There are five discrete garden themes based on the five different senses. The garden is an exceptional example of social inclusion and horticulture. Other projects include Wallace Garden which has a pathway through a small copse leading from the town centre into Delves Park, colourful foliage and a symbolic wooden statue of William Wallace.They are funded by the Robertson Trust to run Garden For Health Sessions where people are reffered from their GP's/ Health services. This will finish in 2015.