Share and share alike



Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage fame is helping to promote the Channel 4 Landshare scheme. More people than ever want to grow their own fruit and vegetables however many are without their own garden. Allotment waiting lists are growing all the time and so Landshare is offering people the chance to access potential growing land. The scheme enables people to find land to grow on and for people with unused land to offer it for growing, in return for produce. It also allows people to identify land suitable for planting. Landshare allows people to access fresh healthy organically-grown locally-sourced food, reduce bills and their carbon footprint, build community spirit and get involved in their local area. So whether you are a grower, a landowner, a land-spotter or a supporter, sign up to the Landshare scheme now.


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