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Thursday 20th June 2013, 10:24 London

Chefs turn to locally sourced produce

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Chefs turn to locally sourced produce
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  • I'm writing to tell you about my petition Safeguard our Soils, Mr. Pickles! which I launched in the New Year following advice from CPRE and the Soil Association, brief details of which are below:

    To summarise for anyone else who hasn't been and signed the petition, it's worth doing.

    The aim of this is to stop the government allowing prime agricultural land to be bought by developers.

    It used to be the case that, when Britain supplied most of its own food, good quality land was kept for agricultural purposes, not housing/other buildings.

    Safeguard our Farmland, Mr. Pickles!
    Please read more about it at this link and sign!

    Carole Shorney

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