Future is looking bright

Wilkinsons donate gardening equipment and seeds to the Armthorpe Improvement Movement allotment site. Shirley Blanshard and Tracy Allen from Wilkinsons (red tops) present Val Jennings, the Childrens Centre Allotment gang, Southfield Primary School Gardening club and volunteers with the new equipment. Leo Rudd (five) has pride of place in the wheelbarrow. Picture: Malcolm Billingham D0353MB
Wilkinsons donate gardening equipment and seeds to the Armthorpe Improvement Movement allotment site. Shirley Blanshard and Tracy Allen from Wilkinsons (red tops) present Val Jennings, the Childrens Centre Allotment gang, Southfield Primary School Gardening club and volunteers with the new equipment. Leo Rudd (five) has pride of place in the wheelbarrow. Picture: Malcolm Billingham D0353MB
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GREEN fingered residents have been sewing the seeds of improvement at a site in Armthorpe.

The Armthorpe Improvement Movement has accepted a donation of seeds, nets, wheelbarrows and other garden items from hardware store Wilkinsons to help tidy up a patch of land next to Southfield School in Tranmoor Lane.

The newly tidied area will now be used as an allotment patch for the Southfield Primary School Gardening Club, which will be growing an array of fruits, vegetables and plants.