Urban Growth features in the Guardian

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Growing food in hidden corners of urban areas is becoming an increasing phenomenon; community gardens are appearing not only all over the UK but around Europe and the US.

In a feature on urban food growing, our Urban Growth project is mentioned, along with a great photograph of our Elm Village site.

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