Our first “Save Manning’s Pit” message from Africa!
We were very excited to receive our first message from a new continent. We have had messages from the Arctic, from the USA, from Australia (loads of them) from Spain, from Thailand, from Haiti… the list goes on, but none until now from Africa.
These photographs were sent to us from Acomo Lovelock. The people in the photograph work on her family’s farm, which is called Pamin-Yai Farm, and the leaves are cassave leaves.
Acomo has walked in Manning’s Pit herself quite a few times when visiting family here in Pilton.