Harvest Workers’ Co-op helps promote scheme to help African gardeners

Saturday 12th March 2022 12:00 pm
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Send a Cow’s mini garden was promoting a fundraiser for African gardens.
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The Harvest Workers’ Co-op in Okehampton helped make a mini bag garden to promote the work of charity Send a Cow at a recent event at Westpoint near Exeter.

The charity helps people in Africa dig their way out of poverty for good.

‘The mini bag garden was a real eyecatcher,’ said Send a Cow’s Jenny Reynolds, of Bridestowe, who created the mini garden to promote the charity’s ‘twin your garden scheme’, encouraging people to  donate to a gardener in Africa.


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