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  1. February on the allotment

    As the chill of winter slowly dissipates and the first signs of spring start to emerge, February is an exciting time for those of us who tend to an allotment. Amidst the rows of earth and vegetables, the allotment provides a sanctuary of growth, community, and rejuvenation As the days…

  2. Why you should try growing your own food

    Food has the remarkable ability to bring us together, provide sustenance for our bodies, and comfort our souls. But in a world dominated by industrial agriculture and mass food production, many of us have become detached from the origins of our food and the process of growing it. This detachment…

  3. January on the allotment

    As we welcome a new year, it’s time to take stock and embrace the season of renewal on the allotment.  January is a time to make plans, build resilience and look ahead to the bounty our careful preparations will yield.  Despite its reputation for cold and darkness, January can offer…

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