Dan was delighted to visit the Castle Hill allotments. Here he was met by Jean and Ken Austen and local councillors Robin Vickery and David Goldsmith.
Jean and Ken showed Dan around some of the allotments highlighting the many different varieties of vegetables and plants that are grown by the allotment holders.
"The Castle Hill allotments are a hidden gem in North West Ipswich and I am pleased to be back to appreciate not only the plants but the hard work put in by all the plot holders."
"The allotments not only provide a source of fresh fruit and veg but give many people an opportunity to get outside, keep fit and become part of a vibrant local community."
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Social Care Funding (17 Oct 2018)
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