I wonder if any of Hayle Allotment Society members would be interested in joining a community seed swapping website that I've recently launched?
The website is www.seedswap.org.uk (link is external) and it's purpose is to facilitate the swapping and exchange of heritage/open pollinated seeds (not hybrids).
It's aim is to promote the practice of seed saving in Great Britain in much the same way as 'face to face' seed swaps do but doing it online instead. The website is, and will continue to be, completely free to use.
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