Gardener Steve Thorpe has snatched back his own Guinness World Record in Keighley’s Town Hall Square. Professional horticulturalist Steve, 51, of Haworth, established the record for the most plants planted in one hour by an individual back in 2006.
Read more about the World Record here.
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