Stalled space spruced up

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Waste ground transformed by green fingered volunteers, into an urban garden, featured in last week’s Courier.

It was not possible to feature the picture so here are the volunteers and helpers at SKDT’s garden party, sponsored by Tesco. From back left: Liz Kennedy, Caroline Corr, Jake Sanders, Tina Chestnut, Zena Coffield, Morag Mcmillan, Alastair Forbes, Joan Chestnut, Lynsey McPhee, 8, Lileigh Allen, 6, Peter Lush and Brian Love. 25_c30stalledspace01_SKDT_picnic


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