The Big Allotment Challenge

For many keen daffodil enthusiasts the allotment provides more space to grow daffodils. For those members who grow a variety of plants and produce on your allotment then this message from Ramy El-Bergamy may be of interest to you.

My name is Ramy and I’m contacting you from Silver River Productions, a TV company based in London. We are currently in production for a BBC2 primetime gardening show ‘The Big Allotment Challenge’.

The series follows a handful of talented amateur kitchen gardeners as they transform a plot of earth into a patch of beauty and reveal all the wonderful possibilities that can be unlocked from allotment growing. Kitchen gardening and growing your own produce is an amazing way to live and this series celebrates that.
We are looking for contestants to feature in the series, those who have the skill and dedication and who could dig their way to victory
and be crowned the winner of The Big Allotment Challenge. People who can cultivate the perfect carrot, make their green tomatoes into tasty chutney and turn their dahlias and sweet peas into floral arrangements.

So whether you’re an allotmenteer, a city living window box grower, or a gardening enthusiast, we want to hear from you. It couldn’t be easier to apply; all you need to do is email for an application form.

 

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One Response to The Big Allotment Challenge

  1. Camilla Bassett-Smith says:

    For members – this is the TV programme I worked on last year, so if you have any questions, email me! Camilla (Editor Daffodil Society)

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