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UK: Bilston ‘wasteland’ transformed into allotments for community

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“We had over 70 staff volunteer to be involved in this project and they enjoyed it immensely as they love to give something back.”

By Annabal Bagdi
Express and Star
Set 4, 2017

Excerpt:

“Staff and volunteers from Wolverhampton Homes have been working incredibly hard over the last year to transform a derelict piece of land into an allotment for the local community.

“Wolverhampton Homes currently run a staff volunteering project which allows their employees to work on projects and give back to the community.

“This is just the latest in a growing list of community volunteer projects undertaken by their staff, which have so far seen the creation of two playgrounds, a sensory garden and now an allotment.

“The plots have been allocated to members of the local community and I look forward to seeing this project develop.”

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