6. Plus, everything grown there is pesticide free.
“After spending two years planning the business and testing in the tunnels, we launched a crowd funding campaign,” said founder Steven Dring.
“Our intention is to raise the funds and expand into a commercial production. So far it’s going very well, we’ve raised just over £100,000 of our target which is £300,000 and we have some strong backing.”
7. It’s 2.5 acres in size, which is the same as a medium garden or a very large allotment.
The tunnel was built as an air raid shelter during World War 2, with a view to expanding it into a full-blown railway after the war. But this never happened.