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People encouraged to donate their old gardening tools to help community groups in Tarporley

A GARDEN centre is inviting the county’s green-fingered folk to trade in their old and broken gardening tools for new ones next month to help schoolchildren and community groups with gardening projects.

A GARDEN centre is inviting the county’s green-fingered folk to trade in their old and broken gardening tools for new ones next month to help schoolchildren and community groups with gardening projects.

Tarporley Garden Centre on Forest Road, Cotebrook, is asking gardeners to help with its Garden Tool Amnesty from Saturday, February 13 to Sunday, February 28.

Neil MacWilliam, manager of the garden centre, said: “It’s the third year we have run an appeal like this. The event is in aid of The Conservation Foundation’s Tools Shed programme, which gives free garden tools repaired in a number of UK prisons to schools and community gardens.”

 

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