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Kenwilland
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Are you basically looking for an allotment or two? Allotment associations are almost invariably oversubscribed, and may be able to supply you with people to collaborate with.

There are also many scraps of land in urban areas, such as the corners of car parks, company offices,housing estate and edges of public space that the owners or managers must pay people to maintain, perhaps approaching them and offering to manage it for them, in return for some in season fruit and veg could be an approach that might work.