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Hi all,

Fairly new poster - been dropping in and out and lurking on some boards.

Looking to see if there are many people in the Cambridgeshire or Suffolk area.

I'm on the East Cambridgeshire border, close to Newmarket, and was just wondering if there's anyone else in the area?

I've got an allotment and a small garden, and hopefully going to apply permaculture and/or biointensive principles so just wondering if anyone local was doing the same thing so we could swap ideas.
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