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Conisbrough growers’ group toast success

Members of the Craganour TARA Growers Group enjoy the St. Leger Homes celebration at the Mansion House in Doncaster. Pictured are: (back row, L-R) John Allard, Steve Ackerman, (second row from back, L-R) Marie Ackerman, Alan Millard, Norma Foster, Joanne Hirst, Yvonne Millard, (second row from front, L-R) Megan Ackerman, Olivia Harrison, Rachael Ackerman, (front row, L-R) Ethan Harrison, Ellis Ackerman and Robyn Ackerman.

Members of the Craganour TARA Growers Group enjoy the St. Leger Homes celebration at the Mansion House in Doncaster. Pictured are: (back row, L-R) John Allard, Steve Ackerman, (second row from back, L-R) Marie Ackerman, Alan Millard, Norma Foster, Joanne Hirst, Yvonne Millard, (second row from front, L-R) Megan Ackerman, Olivia Harrison, Rachael Ackerman, (front row, L-R) Ethan Harrison, Ellis Ackerman and Robyn Ackerman.

Members of Craganour TARA in Denaby were invited to a reception hosted by Doncaster’s civic mayor Eddie Dobbs to celebrate a food growing project.

Residents gathered at the Mansion House in Doncaster to toast the success of the Budding for Sustainable Food project.

The scheme invites residents and community groups to use patches of land to grow fruit and vegetables.

Residents, all members of Craganour TARA’s Growers’ Group, pictured at the event above.

 

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