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‘Diversity’ star, Ashley Banjo says #GetFruity!

Britain’s Got Talent, Diversity and star of Sky One’s ‘Got To Dance’, Ashley Banjo, officially launched Helping Britain Blossom on National Apple Day, 21 October 2014.

Ashley, is no stranger to community projects, having inspired hundreds of people from Stockton-On-Tees, to learn a street dance routine.

Ashley also loves growing his own produce and has his own vegetable patch. He was keen to support Helping Britain Blossom and said: “I am really excited about what these guys are planning to do together, and delighted to champion Helping Britain Blossom. Orchards create a natural hub for communities – a place where people can get together and learn new skills, as well as enjoying the fruits of their labours. It’s a great reason to get outside, get muddy and #GetFruity with your neighbours.”

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Why Orchards Orchards have played an important role in our communities for hundreds of years, providing a communal space for gatherings and celebrations. Find an Orchard Our ambition by 2017 is to help 100 communities to plant, care for and restore their own orchards. And to get things going, we're focusing on cities and towns in seven parts of the UK