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Award winning volunteers at Garden Organic’s national conference

Award winning volunteers at Garden Organic’s national conferenceGarden Organic has hosted a special awards ceremony at its National Master Volunteer Master conference to celebrate the achievements of its volunteer networks. More than 215 Master Gardeners, Master Composters, Local Food Project Co-ordinators, Seed Stewards and other likeminded volunteers attended Garden Organic’s Ryton Gardens site on September 28 for a day of activities. After […]

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Hovenden House and a Master Gardener

Hovenden House and a Master GardenerHovenden House is a home (with nursing care), providing a range of services for adults with physical disabilities in South Holland, Lincolnshire. Master Gardener David has been supporting the community growing space there since he volunteered with the programme in September 2011, building up a very impressive 56.5 volunteering hours in the process.    ‘I […]

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Master Gardenering

Master GardeneringA couple of quotes from Master Gardeners in the south of the fair county of Lincolnshire. ‘These children are incredibly well organised and are well on the way to getting raised beds installed as well as a composting system. They are already roping in parents and two of the three class teachers have worked the […]

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Household Feedback

Winter BeansIt’s always nice to hear from the people we support and helps us understand how it is we benefit them. This feedback is from a household living in North Kesteven: ‘I think everything has been really useful, I know we haven’t contacted you an awful lot but when we have you’ve always come back with […]

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‘Grow your own food’ a boost for health and sense of community, says Coventry University research

‘Grow your own food’ a boost for health and sense of community, says Coventry University researchEncouraging people to grow more of their own food is not only beneficial to the environment but leads to improved health and wellbeing and creates stronger local communities, according to new Coventry University research released today. In a study of the Master Gardeners programme run by the UK’s leading organic growing charity, Garden Organic, researchers […]

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