A community garden scheme, which has been recognised as one of the country's finest green spaces for three years running, has been severely damaged from an arson attack.
A Place to Grow in Enderby was attacked by vandals on Saturday afternoon.
The fire left the two large sheds, one of which was purchased and built by the local community, completely gutted.
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