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By Haddenham Webteam - 18th August 2018 9:45am
The project to install a borehole at the Haddenham Allotments has achieved recognition in the Allotment & Leisure Gardener magazine, a national publication circulated to members of the Horticultural Society.
We reported on this successful endeavour back in July last year — see here.
Congratulations to Tony Soper, Chris Wylam, John Wheeler, Alison Watt and all the rest of the team on their success.
(If you'd like to read the magazine article, a legible version is available by clicking on the PDF on this page).
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