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Wednesday July 17 , 2019

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Success for National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners

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The National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners (NSALG) has had some amazing news - their invite to HRH Prince Charles to become their Patron has been accepted.

I'm sure this will be a great partnership given his interest in organic gardening, his passion for growing whether it is edible or decorative! It will also help raise the profile of this society, add more credibility to 'Growing your Own' and will reach newer audiences whether it is hands on growers or political decision makers!

As soon as we hear more from the NSALG we will up date you, but for now our warm congratulations are sent to them!

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