Fearnley-Whittingstall's Landshare scheme shuts

Food campaigner Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, who founded the Landshare website in 2009 to help people without gardens or allotments borrow spare plots to grow fruit and vegetables, has closed down the scheme, highlighting the shift in fashion from grow your own to new "foodie" campaigns.

by Matthew Appleby
Landshare: helped people to borrow spare plots of land
Landshare: helped people to borrow spare plots of land

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