Plough On

Peninsula Healthy Living Partnership, in collaboration with Rural Support and with some funding from Ards and North Down Borough Council, have been working with a group of retired farmers (the 'Plough On' group) to help grow and then supply fresh fruit and vegetables from their polytunnels and raised beds to those in need in the local community via a new community fridge initiative.  This project has been an incredible success, and has followed the 'Take 5' mantra to help those involved to Connect, Learn, Give, Take Notice and Be Active.  Contact Peninsula Healthy Living via their website at: