London playground expands child-focused community allotment programme

An adventure playground in south London is expanding its allotment scheme to help young children learn about biodiversity and how to produce healthy food.

by Dan Symonds
Noa Garcia, Tiana Belle, Shayon Lokko and Rose Wilson cutting down the spent raspberry canes - credit: Triangle Adventure Playground
Noa Garcia, Tiana Belle, Shayon Lokko and Rose Wilson cutting down the spent raspberry canes - credit: Triangle Adventure Playground

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