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The family has enough money to support themselves for the first two years, but still need donations to fund the project’s running costs.
Barry said, “Because we are working for free and as the landowner has agreed to pay the building costs, we are able to create this farm at a fraction of the cost you might expect.
"So it’s a real opportunity to make a massive difference for a pretty small amount of money.”
He added: “We’re very excited at the opportunity to make a positive impact and we hope that people will be able to support us.”
Donations can be made at their GoFundMe page.
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