Allotment wardens (or their successors)1 may let field garden allotments2 not exceeding one quarter of an acre to poor inhabitants of the parish or community3 for one year or on a tenancy from year to year at the full yearly agricultural value free of all rentcharge and other rates, but if any land cannot be let in quarter acre plots they can let field gardens not exceeding one acre in size at a fair agricultural rent4. Surplus rents are available for the maintenance and improvement of field gardens or of recreation grounds, and can also be used for drainage,
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