Children's gardening club at Danbury will give youngsters chance to grow vegetables

Children can join a new gardening club to tend their own allotment

Children can join a new gardening club to tend their own allotment

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Families can enjoy the ‘good life’ at Danbury Country Park with the launch of the monthly Seed 2 Eat children’s gardening club on Saturday.

Children and accompanying adults will learn how to plant seeds, weed, water, dig and turn the compost at a newly created allotment.

The young gardeners will then get a chance to sample their produce at harvest time.

It costs £3 a child (adults free) per month with all proceeds being used to buy tools and seeds.

The club is open to children of any age. Meet at the Lakes Car Park at 10am and bring a trowel and gardening gloves.

More details from 01245 222350.

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11:49am Wed 7 May 14

Jack222 says...

And most can do this at home for free...
And most can do this at home for free... Jack222
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