Market Garden - Saving Wild Flower Meadows

Project by Tim Spencer
Market Garden - Saving Wild Flower Meadows

To purchase land and return it to a wild flower meadow, re plant hedgerows and run a market garden producing old varieties of fruit, plants

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This project will only be funded if at least £9,000 is pledged by 3:39pm 17th September 2018

This project will only be funded if at least £9,000 is pledged by 3:39pm 17th September 2018

To purchase land and return it to a wild flower meadow, re plant hedgerows and run a market garden producing old varieties of fruit, plants and vegetables. Help and save all old varieties of heritage fruit and vegetables, flowers and plants and help going forward to provide local work and training for people out of work in the local area. Also, provide small wildlife areas on the site to help insects like increasing the bee population.

For all those who are kind enough to donate to this project, I will offer a 25% discount on all orders within the UK (mainland) of plants, flowers, fruit and vegetables grown at the market garden and a yearly calendar. For those outside the UK unfortunately we cannot send items like the above in the post so we will be sending out a calendar once a year which will show photographs and updates.

With a wealth of experience dealing directly with members of the public and a variety of organisations, I am an enthusiastic and conscientious individual with excellent communication, organisational and time management skills. I am a dedicated and committed person who takes pride in delivering and achieving tasks to a high standard. Having run my own property business and having been a Nottingham City Councillor - I also served many years as a trustee to several charities. I am an extremely customer focussed and community spirited individual. I very much enjoy direct customer contact and value quality service and support. I have a flexible and adaptable attitude. I have a great passion for the countryside and the protection of endangered species.

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