Green fingers find mane attraction *

1st July 2011 at 01:00

Members of a primary school's "gardening gang" visit the Suffolk Punch Trust in the village of Hollesley, where they have been given a piece of land to grow vegetables. The Years 3, 4, and 5 pupils from Kyson Primary in the nearby town of Woodbridge are also finding out about the bygone era during which Suffolk Punch horses were used to work the land.

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