Students dig deep to help community project

Young people proved they were model citizens by digging deep to help a community gardening project during the summer holidays at the University of Derby Buxton.'The team of eleven 16-17 year-olds from all over Buxton adopted Bright Choice's community allotment as their chosen project and a few weeks later presented Tracey with a wheelbarrow loaded with gardening tools plus �200 cash! Photo contributed.
Young people proved they were model citizens by digging deep to help a community gardening project during the summer holidays at the University of Derby Buxton.'The team of eleven 16-17 year-olds from all over Buxton adopted Bright Choice's community allotment as their chosen project and a few weeks later presented Tracey with a wheelbarrow loaded with gardening tools plus �200 cash! Photo contributed.

Young people proved they were model citizens by digging deep to help a community gardening project during the summer holidays at the University of Derby Buxton.

The team adopted a community allotment set up by Buxton’s Bright Opportunities as their chosen project – and presented Tracey Balfe from the organisation with a wheelbarrow loaded with gardening tools plus £200 cash.