Rotters give Ottery in Bloom a helping hand

PUBLISHED: 17:44 29 May 2009 | UPDATED: 09:16 18 June 2010

OTTERY In Bloom s hid to boost the town s horticultural health got a helping hand this week.

OTTERY In Bloom's hid to boost the town's horticultural health got a helping hand this week.

Otter Rotters aided Bloom members empty weed-ridden planters around the town and re-fill them with fresh compost- the bye product of the garden waste collection service it offers residents.

Ottery in Bloom chairman Sarah Clarke said: "We are keen to support sustainability and recycling with our project. It is also great to have the help and support of another local organisation, helping to improve Ottery for all.


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