THE Old Railway Line Garden Centre in Three Cocks, between Brecon and Hay-on-Wye, has joined TV Gardener, David Domoney’s Cultivation Street Ambassador Scheme to encourage local people to participate in the annual campaign for a chance to win a share of the £20,000 prize fund.

Garden centre owner, Mark Cleary said “We are always keen to support and offer our expertise to community gardening projects which we think ties very well into David Domoney’s Cultivation Street concept. This year we are an official ambassador and are keen to develop and nurture local community projects in our area. We hope the large prize fund is an incentive for local community groups and schools to rally together to participate and get gardening this year.

“We have experienced and knowledgeable staff who are always on hand to offer help and advice. Anyone who is part of a community group, school or think their street would be interested in participating please give us a call or drop in to speak to one of our dedicated ambassadors; we are here to help.”

Cultivation Street is a national campaign to promote community and school gardening; launched four years ago by TV Gardener David Domoney. The campaign includes a gardening competition to find the UK’s best community, neighbourhood and school gardening projects, with a total prize pot of £20,000 of National Garden Gift Vouchers.

More information about The Old Railway Line Garden Centre and David Domoney’s Cultivation Street Campaign can be found on the Old Railway Line’s website, or by calling 01497 847055.