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Members and supporters of our Slow Food Edinburgh group, who contributed to the 10,000 Gardens in Africa project, have been anxiously awaiting news of ‘their’ garden at Walay-Mamudu in western Sierra Leone since the Ebola epidemic hit that country earlier this year.
On the 8th October, we finally heard from Patrick Mansaray, Slow Food coordinator in Sierra Leone: