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Hellooo

I’ve been checking our local supermarkets for KG Mag and not found it in any of them, is it subscription only now?
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Oh! My plan was to pick one up on the way home from the plot tomorrow. Have you checked the newsagents? I would subscribe but trying to support the local little stores who are struggling.
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We sometimes find it in Asda, but it doesn't seem to be as widely distributed as some other mags. Pity. But it is what it is.

We get so many seeds - which is nice I suppose - but I end up giving them to neighbours, holiday landlords, whoever I think might have a use for them. Such generosity is admirable, but can you think of anyone who isn't royalty, having a large enough garden to grow all of these things? (Especially if you live next door to Asda.) :D
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WH Smith had it, the little shop had sold out. They also had the other one which I noted is now 2 monthly, I did buy it for a mooch, but it was Sept/Oct but there was too much info for September which is a bit late. I'll stick to the best magazine!

Stravaig our food bank accepts unopened seeds, as do a lot of community plots supporting people with disabilities.
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