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Celery and lettuce being regrown
6th July 2022
Here at Lee Greens we hate to see good food go to waste. That’s why we make sure we donate surplus veg to local good causes, helping out others in...
22nd June 2022
Here’s a few tips to help you get the most out of your Lee Greens summer vegetables and enjoy your salad days!  Lettuce, leafy greens etc...
19th June 2022
We're not only at the cutting veg for seasonal produce - did you know we also offer a weekly fruit bag? And with the British summer soft ...
8th June 2022
In a week where Elizabeths (the new rail line) have been high on the news agenda Lee Greens wanted to put our Elizabeth front and centre stage. On...
Celia Bradley on Lee Greens seventh anniversary
12th May 2022
Image: Celia Bradley, Lee Greens Director and Founder Lee Greens celebrates its seventh birthday this coming weekend: how did we start and how did...
30th March 2022
Many of our customers tell us about the benefits of being part of Lee Greens; from eating more fresh, organic seasonal produce and less processed...
23rd February 2022
We often talk about the power of community at Lee Greens. But there’s another kind of community that lives inside each and every one of us, one...
31st January 2022
Love your Lee Greens? Want to sign up all your friends and family but they live elsewhere?  Well, there are 40+ Better Food Traders (BFT)...
19th October 2021
It’s good to see chilli peppers back in some of our bags this week. They’ve got me thinking of all things spice. I’ve been rummaging through the jars...
23rd September 2021
Tash joined the Lee Greens delivery team during lockdown last year and has thrived ever since, becoming our social media manager and  a regular...
18th August 2021
I only recently discovered Bokashi, thanks to my brother, and was immediately hooked on the method. He uses it to process his kitchen scraps before...
16th June 2021
Elizabeth McLeod, will be joining Lee Greens as Buyer & Co-ordinator from the end of June. Elizabeth is an accomplished vegetable...

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