KEEN gardeners put their work on display for the whole town to see at the Prudhoe Community Allotment open day last week.

Established in 2000, Prudhoe Community Allotment was designed for gardeners with reduced mobility and physical disabilities.

It is managed by volunteers and provides opportunities for older and less able-bodied gardeners to grow their own produce.

The annual allotment open day, on Wednesday, August 15, allowed visitors to look around and enjoy refreshments provided by the members.

The day was well attended by local people, councillors and Hexham’s MP Guy Opperman, who is president of the Prudhoe Community Allotment Association.

Visitors were able to admire the gardeners’ hard work as well as picking up gardening tips, home-grown vegetables, plants and flowers.