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Local businesses encouraged to get involved in A Pocket Full of Acorns

January 4, 2013

The festive St Albans Business Biscotti networking event held on 10th December 2012 at  Sopwell House attracted nearly sixty local businesses. (All photos courtesy of Media Circus Video Ltd)

networking at Business Biscotti

Guests and members were shown just how easy it was to take part in our Pocket Full of Acorns project, which aims to plant a National Community Garden Forest. Greg Peachey, Chair of the FREdome Visionary Trust, brought apples, pears, plums, cherries & hazel nuts to give out to guests, together with a stash of used plastic carrier bags. Image

Greg invited people to take away some fruit, nuts or sycamore seeds from the Sopwell House grounds, put soil in a carrier bag, throw in the fruit cores or seeds followed by a bit more soil and leave them to germinate on their patios or wherever they will receive plentiful sunshine in the Spring. Image

We look forward to hearing news of the seedlings progress.Image Image

 

 

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