Land use talks held in Haworth

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A village community scheme to exploit the environmental potential of disused, neglected plots of land will stage another meeting next month.

People are invited to attend the Haw-Earth project meeting in Parkside Social Club, Butt Lane, at 7pm, on February 10.

The scheme was set up to turn pieces of land in Haworth into sources of sustainable food.

Group founder and local resident Ashna Yates said everyone is welcome to come along to the February 10 gathering.

“We’ve got money to buy gardening equipment, and we’ll be talking about what can be done with the edges of Weaver’s Hill car park,” she said.

“We’re also looking at Gas Street car park. We’ve spoken to residents who live nearby who say there’s been some fly tipping there.”

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