Year | 2003
Location | Rotherham, UK
Client | Rotherham Primary Care Trust

A pioneeering scheme established by the Primary Care Trust (PCT) in Rotherham as part of their health promotion initiative. The project is aimed at preventing ill health through promoting the virtues of healthy eating and fitness. It is set in a deprived area of Rotherham and focused around an existing 2-acre allotment.

The plan was to revitalise the allotment, start a vegetable box scheme for the local community and have an associated programme of physical activity.

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Helping develop a social and educational venue serving food that would have otherwise gone to waste.