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On 6 Feb 2009 at 7:19pm Allotment Hunter wrote:
Have you got no land to cultivate, and youre sick of sitting on an allotment waiting list? Or too much land, which you havent got time enough to deal with? A local man is initiating a community scheme Landshare - which aims to neatly solve both problems. He is appealing for people who have plenty of land to allow those who dont, to work on it. The benefits to land-lenders are multifold: they can share in the produce; their garden will look better kempt; and they will get a boost from benefitting the community. David Gray, a committee member of Lewes Neighbourhood Watch, and a retired self-employed gardener, is organising the scheme. If you want to participate either by providing the land or the work please call him on the following number: 01273 475480.
Found this in Viva Lewes.

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