The Sensory Garden – ETNA Community Centre

Support the development of a unique Sensory Garden at ETNA Community Centre in your neighbourhood by purchasing a fabulous, limited edition photographic montage entitled ‘Aspects of Twickenham’ by professional photographer Emma Durnford. 

The Sensory Garden will be an all-inclusive community space for local people and visitors to ETNA Community Centre.  Visitors will be able to sit and socialise in this beautiful outdoor environment.  

ETNA is a vibrant Community Centre in East Twickenham originally established in 1985, with over 1,000 visitors a week and houses a number of charity offices including Arts Richmond, Richmond Good Neighbours, SWLEN (South West London Environment Network) and more recently the excellent pop up cafe run by the Real Junk Food Project in the Community Kitchen.  

By buying this beautiful artwork, which is comprised of 25 images of Twickenham, you will help us reach our goal. Each montage measures 40cm x 40cm and is mounted to 50cm x 50cm.  They are individually numbered, signed, and come with a guide to the locations of the images.  The cost is £100 with 30% going directly to ETNA’s Sensory Garden appeal.  The print can also be supplied framed for £135.

If you are wondering what to buy for a Christmas gift and if you would like a special gift that is supporting a local and worthy cause this could be for you!

To purchase, contact Emma directly through her website (www.emmadurnfordphotography.com) or on Twitter (@EmmaDPhotos) or by emailing Vanessa James, the ETNA Centre Director at info@etnacentre.org.  Emma is happy to hand deliver prints to local areas at no additional cost.