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raised of £5,000 target by 1 supporter

    Weʼve raised £20 to provide funds for Olney Community Allotments

    Olney, United Kingdom
    Funded on Thursday, 10th December 2015

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    We are raising funds to extend the facilities for our exiting new Community Project, twinned now with the Olney Infant Academy and Olney Middle School. We would like to provide a safe, environment for all abiities including wheel chair users, less ambulent children etc. This project is the first of its kind in Olney spanning four generations, bringing young and old together with an common interest in learning how to grow food your own, harvest and preserve. Many of these skills have been lost.

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      • Jenny Barcham

        Jenny Barcham

        Nov 10, 2015

        It works!!! All the best from us Barcham's in taking the next step in this fantastic community project!!! xxx

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      Elaine Herniman

      Elaine Herniman

      Olney, United Kingdom

      I have been a keen gardener for as many years as I can remember. In 2009 I took over as Chair of the Olney Allotment Association and the story began, we now have raised over £4,500 for our newly formed Community Allotments, the project has been supported hundreds of residents.

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