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Hello my name is Del and I'm just starting a new kitchen garden on the beautiful island of Anglesey, North Wales

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Warehouse tech Bobby Pigg spreads mulch over some of the plants in our pumpkin patch.

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In 2014, the garden at St. Vincent DePaul was awarded a grant from Kitchen Gardeners...

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