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Terry Walton has kept an allotment for over 50 years man and boy in the Rhondda valley in South Wales He started when he was four helping on his dad's plot on the side of the mountain when he was sent to cut bracken and collect sheep manure by the bucketful to feed the rows of vegetables By the time he was 11 he had his own plot the youngest ever to do so and while still in his teens established an allotment empire to grow the vegetables and flowers he sold to local customers The proceeds paid for his first car a canary yellow Ford Popular when he was just 17Set against the changing social scene in Wales as the traditional culture of coal mining heavy engineering and poverty gave way to a greener landscape andaffluent community this is the story of a man with a great passion in life His allotment has been the centre of his universe From the first time he opened his eyes in a nursing home the other side of the allotment fence to his current role as media personality on radio tv and in the press Terry's tale unfolds in fascinating detail He lovingly documents the changes over the years the characters he meets and his own hearfelt conversion to organic gardening methods This fascinating memoir also includes anecdotes topical tips and family recipes plus delightful line drawings which will make it the perfect gift for gardeners and allotmenteersTerry Walton has kept an allotment for over 50 years man and boy in the Rhondda valley in South Wales He started when he was four helping on his dad's plot on the side of the mountain when he was sent to cut bracken and collect sheep manure by the bucketful to feed the rows of vegetables By the time he was 11 he had his own plot the youngest ever to do so and while still in his teens established an allotment empire to grow the vegetables and flowers he sold to local customers The proceeds paid for his first car a canary yellow Ford Popular when he was just 17Set against the changing social scene in Wales as the traditional culture of coal mining heavy engineering and poverty gave way to a greener landscape andaffluent community this is the story of a man with a great passion in life His allotment has been the centre of his universe From the first time he opened his eyes in a nursing home the other side of the allotment fence to his current role as media personality on radio tv and in the press Terry's tale unfolds in fascinating detail He lovingly documents the changes over the years the characters he meets and his own hearfelt conversion to organic gardening methods This fascinating memoir also includes anecdotes topical tips and family recipes plus delightful line drawings which will make it the perfect gift for gardeners and allotmenteersTerry Walton has kept an allotment for over 50 years man and boy in the Rhondda valley in South Wales He started when he was four helping on his dad's plot on the side of the mountain when he was sent to cut bracken and collect sheep manure by the bucketful to feed the rows of vegetables By the time he was 11 he had his own plot the youngest ever to do so and while still in his teens established an allotment empire to grow the vegetables and flowers he sold to local customers The proceeds paid for his first car a canary yellow Ford Popular when he was just 17Set against the changing social scene in Wales as the traditional culture of coal mining heavy engineering and poverty gave way to a greener landscape andaffluent community this is the story of a man with a great passion in life His allotment has been the centre of his universe From the first time he opened his eyes in a nursing home the other side of the allotment fence to his current role as media personality on radio tv and in the press Terry's tale unfolds in fascinating detail He lovingly documents the changes over the years the characters he meets and his own hearfelt conversion to organic gardening methods This fascinating memoir also includes anecdotes topical tips and family recipes plus delightful line drawings which will make it the perfect gift for gardeners and allotmenteers


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