Posted on 7th Apr, 2017 by Martha Greengrass
"I found peace in the allotment and I found understanding. In quiet, I find what I feel."
As a child, Allan Jenkins was raised in children’s homes and foster care. In his moving memoir, Plot 29, he interweaves his journey to find the truth about his own family history with a chronicle of a year on the allotment. In an exclusive interview for Waterstones, he discusses family, memory and the solace he finds in gardening.
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