Homeless charity St Mungo's gets awarded £500,000 to continue gardening project

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Homeless charity St Mungo's gets awarded £500,000 to continue gardening project

The homeless charity, St Mungo's, has been awarded £500,000 to help it continue an award-winning gardening project. Putting Down Roots offers Londoners a chance to develop a community garden - growing fruit and vegetables which then go to homeless people and sometimes businesses nearby. One of the latest projects has been set up at the foot of the Shard. 

 

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