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ng homes Tenants Growing and Sowing during National Allotment Week

ng homes Tenants Growing and Sowing during National Allotment Week

News   •   Aug 15, 2016 15:58 BST

RESIDENTS of ng homes are getting their hands dirty at their local allotment this season and members of the North Glasgow community are invited to join growing sessions to learn about sowing, cultivating, and most importantly harvesting food in a natural, organic way.