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A group of young people in Kilkenny have turned their attention to gardening with special results, writes Susan Morrell.

14th July, 2012
Good Bits
Gardening in Goresbridge, Co Kilkenny.

Teens dig in: a group of young people in Kilkenny have turned their attention to gardening with special results. Dee Sewell, owner of Greenside Up, recently wrote on the Hortitrends website about her experience working with young people in Goresbridge. She lent them her gardening expertise as they spruced up their favourite riverside hang-out spot, building a vegetable garden and cleaning up public benches. They also built their own handpainted 'games bench' (made for playing...

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