Game promoting self-sufficient farming has already received positive feedback from critics.

David Westnedge to distribute Go Green farming game

David Westnedge has reached an agreement with inventor Richard Taylor to distribute Go Green, the game that promotes self sufficiency.

The game aimed at children of seven and upwards was launched two years ago and has received numerous positive write-ups from publications including Gardeners World, The Sunday Telegraph and The Guardian.

Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall’s Riverside Cottage, the popular Channel 4 production centred upon self sufficient farming, endorsed the product in a release sent from David Westnedge: "We really support your product, and we think and hope that you do really well with it."

Go Green is scheduled to be available to retailers from autumn onwards.

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