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  1. What better way to supplement your own healthy eating than with the exercise and relaxation of getting outdoors and growing your own vegetables and fruit on an allotment. There are many sites to choose from in King's Lynn. Villages often have allotment sites with many being…
    Public Open SpaceStreetscenesHamlin WayKing's Lynn NorfolkPE30 4NG
  2. Allotments become available periodicaly for Mundford, Cranwich and Ickburgh residents. Please send your name, address and telephone number to the Parish Clerk to go on the waiting list. We currently do not have any free allotments. We could do with having some names on our…
    Mundford Parish Council, 2aSwaffham RoadMundfordThetfordNorfolkIP26 5EH
  3. Our aim – to raise awareness about the Urgency for Action on Climate Change both Locally and Nationally.... A group for people in the King's Lynn area of Norfolk, England and the World concerned about Climate Change !!! We Must Stop Climate Change NOW !!…
  4. We're on a mission to get the world on bikes, and we'd love to have you along for the ride. With Love to Ride, you can track your bike miles, see your carbon savings, set goals, and find help and support to ride more often. Download…
    Cycle Scheme
  5. Our Mission... The National Allotment Society (NAS) is the leading national organisation upholding the interests and rights of the allotment community across the UK. We work with government at national and local levels, other organisations and landlords to provide, promote and preserve allotments for all.…
    The National Allotment Society
  6. We believe in the power of connecting with nature, and welcome all those who are interested or actively involved in fostering Green Care activities that in some way deliver ‘nature connection’ for people. The Network has a vision for all people living in Norfolk and…
    Norfolk Green Care Network
  7. Norfolk Master Composter volunteers encourage residents to compost kitchen and garden material at home; the most environmentally friendly way of dealing with this biodegradable resource. The Norfolk Master Composter programme is funded by Norfolk County Council and delivered in partnership with Garden Organic.
    Garden Organic

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