Fight to save community vegetable garden
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Fight to save Llangollen community garden

Members of a community vegetable garden in Llangollen are fighting to stay on the land after Denbighshire council said it may hand it over to a private developer.

The half-an-acre historic garden has been run by volunteers for more than five years.

The plot of land was originally a kitchen garden for the Plas Newydd estate but it became overgrown.

A group of local people have since transformed the area but the council is understood to be in talks with a private developer to build on the land.

Councillors met to discuss it on Thursday but no decision was made.

  • 11 Jan 2018
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