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Alan Titchmarsh visits

Alan Titchmarsh dropped in to say hello to Haworth Primary School Gardening Club. Alan had tried to visit last year to launch the gardening club calendar but due to filming commitments was unable to do so.

Alan took time to answer questions about how he became a gardener and about some of his television programmes such as Garden Force and British Isles: A Natural History.

The members of Haworth Primary School Gardening Club asked questions such as:
“What are the best plants to grow around here” Alan’s advice was to check the PH of your soil but also to look at other peoples gardens to find out what grows best.
“What was the first seeds you grew?””“The first seeds I remember sowing were Marigolds and Nasturtiam as well as Livingstone daisy (Mesembrianthemum)”

Alan was shown outside and the new polytunnel was officially opened. He took time to show the children gardening tips and to sign books.

Photo: Alan Titchmarsh cuts the ribbon to officially open the polytunnel.

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