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You may find the following websites useful:

Portable Document Format (PDF) reader

There are many websites offering free downloads of PDF readers. The one I have found to be the most featured and reliable over the past 8 years is published by Foxit. Click for PDF Reader download

Weather Forecast - www.metoffice.gov.uk

Blightwatch - http://www.blightwatch.co.uk/

National Society of Allotment & Leisure Gardeners - www.nsalg.org.uk

Welcome to Allotment Growing - www.allotment.org.uk

How to build a compost bin - www.wisegeek.com/how-can-i-build-a-compost-bin.htm

How to compost - www.howtocompost.org

What kind of things to compost - www.wisegeek.com/what-kinds-of-things-can-i-compost

Composting for kids  https://quiethut.com/composting-for-kids/

Grow to eat - grow2eat.com

Royal Horticultural Society - www.rhs.org.uk

Organic gardening - www.gardenorganic.org.uk

Soil Association - www.gardenorganic.org.uk

British producer of timber garden products, eg, sheds, raised beds, planters: www.wonkeedonkeeforestgarden.co.uk

All about allotments - www.allaboutallotments.co.uk

Gardening quizzes - www.gardeningquizzes.co.uk


And for our next generation of allotmenteers -

Gardening at home with kids: - http://www.homeadvisor.com/r/gardening-at-home-with-kids/#.VsoCiF7cupo ["high-five" to the children at the After School Care Programme]

Gardening with Children: http://www.gardeningwithchildren.co.uk/?utm_source=GW+Newsletter+%28mobile%29+21.2.15&utm_campaign=GW+Newsletter+21.2.16&utm_medium=email

Kids Guide to planting a flower bed: http://www.avasflowers.net/kids-guide-to-planting-a-flower-garden.  [This link was sent to us by a 9-year old boy called Max from Scranton PA in America.  He saw our page whilst on summer camp and made this recommendation for any children in the UK who would like to help their parents/grandparents grow flowers on their allotment - thank you Max].




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