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Sown in Bolton day 13

For the last two days I have been eating cloves of raw garlic in a bid to stave off a bout of flu, it seems to have worked enough for me to be well enough to travel up to Breightmet … Continue reading

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Sown in Bolton day 7

So glad it wasn’t raining this morning when I woke, even if it had have been time is getting on in the season so I would have worked in the rain anyway, but luckily the clouds held out and spared … Continue reading

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Sown in Bolton

During the last three years we have been working collaboratively with local housing charity Bolton at Home to address food poverty, we have helped to fight food poverty in the most direct and practical way possible, by helping people to … Continue reading

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The struggle for Community Food

For the best part of a decade we have been struggling to try and get people to grow foods in their gardens and yards, and in this time this objective has been partially achieved in that some the people who … Continue reading

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Beechcroft community allotments: Growing for uncertain times ahead

Beechcroft community allotment site has raised beds that have either been neglected or given up, so rather than allowing them to go unused we have been clearing the raised beds and planting overwintering crops in them. I began this work … Continue reading

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