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Durham Dales Allotment 24 Mar 2007
A courgette plant.
A project encouraging schoolchildren to 'Grow Their Own'.

Wolsingham Comprehensive School in the Durham Dales used to win prizes for its school garden, but when 'Rural Science' was scrapped from the curriculum, it became an unlovely, weed-filled paradise for the local rabbit population. One parent, Caroline Beck, herself an allotment holder, asked the school if they would let her get it up and running again. This is her report.
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