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Havering allotment plots available

09:18 27 February 2013

Tom Keeper of the Hornchurch and District Allotment Society demonstrates what you could grow

Tom Keeper of the Hornchurch and District Allotment Society demonstrates what you could grow

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Those who dream of the good life will be pleased to know there are now some allotment plots available in the borough.

The plots are spread across Havering’s 26 allotment sites.

Robert Rand, treasurer of the Hornchurch and District Allotment Society, said: “There are vacant allotment plots currently available at some of the sites within the London Borough of Havering.

“This is an ideal time to apply before spring arrives and dream about harvests, exercise and making new friends. Rents are among the lowest in the London area.”

For more information, contact James Rose at Havering’s parks department on 01708 433868 or Mr Rand on 01708 559166.

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