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Wednesday, August 23, 2006 

Allotments : A British tradition

Having never been much of a horticulturalist, the thought of renting an allotment from my local council doesn't exactly float my boat. However, I can appreciate a British institution that needs protecting. There's nothing better than home grown veg, plus it's always nice for a working man to have his own little hideaway from the 'little women / my dearly beloved strife'.

Absolutely true! A glorious little getaway spot for some. You cant beat having your own little patch of dirt.

Oi! Or for women to escape the constant football on telly at the weekend! I grow veg in the garden, but would love an allotment :)

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