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Kirkstall: Have your say on community growing initiatives

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A Kirkstall community group is asking local residents for feedback on its latest plans.

planterIncredible Edible Kirkstall is a volunteer-led group which aims to inspire and support positive action in the community and promote a social and sustainable healthy lifestyle.

The group is asking for feedback on some of its plans for the area and wants to know if anyone would object to volunteers creating communal raised beds in parks and the local area to prevent parking on certain grass verges and allow people to plant, grow and share food.

They’re also looking to attach recycled planters filled with herbs and edible plants made by local children.

They aim to give your feedback to local councillors.

They’re asking for comments to be posted on their Facebook page, which includes more details about their initiatives.

They’re also appealing for donations of any unwanted gardening equipment, scaffolding boards, seeds or soil. Email them on incrediblekirkstall@gmail.com.

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