Green-fingered March Young Farmers complete Countryside Challenge

PUBLISHED: 15:33 10 May 2017 | UPDATED: 15:33 10 May 2017

Members of the March Young Farmers group completed a Countryside Challenge by gardening along March High Street.

Members of the March Young Farmers group completed a Countryside Challenge by gardening along March High Street.

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You may have seen a group of young people gardening in March town centre recently.

Members of the March Young Farmers group completed a Countryside Challenge by gardening along March High Street.Members of the March Young Farmers group completed a Countryside Challenge by gardening along March High Street.

That is because members of the March Young Farmers were on their way to completing a national initiative – the Countryside Challenge.

The group, which has members aged 14 to 26, helped clear areas outside West End DIY and Iceland of weeds with the help of members of March Street Pride in Bloom group last Wednesday.

Around 17 members completed the challenge which was introduced last March.

Members of the March Young Farmers group completed a Countryside Challenge by gardening along March High Street.Members of the March Young Farmers group completed a Countryside Challenge by gardening along March High Street.

A March Young Farmers spokesman said: “All the club really enjoyed helping out the local community and we plan as a club to make this a regular event to help the March Street Pride in Bloom group.”

Members of the March Young Farmers group completed a Countryside Challenge by gardening along March High Street.Members of the March Young Farmers group completed a Countryside Challenge by gardening along March High Street.


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