Come and buy your potatoes, onions, seeds, garlic, and have a chat with the people who are about to become our neighbours on the site behind the shop. As it’s the first week of March, we will now be open
We will have potatoes in stock in the shop from this Sunday. If however you want to buy all kinds of fancy ones, the Pennard Plants Potato Fair (organised in conjunction with Oxford and District Federation of Allotment Associations) is
Children’s activities including a treasure hunt, plus stalls and guided walks at the nature reserve adjoining the allotments: Poster Spring open day 2018-1
We have received a grant from the council to put in a few extra taps and waterbutts in between the ones we have. Currently there is an exploratory trench open on the top road (Howard St end). It is safely
Stewarding our Soil Workshop Event Hosts: Regenerative Agriculture UK Venue: Sandy Lane Farm, OX9 2LA Sunday 28th January 2018 9am-5pm The event is being run by Regenerative Agriculture UK and the workshop will be delivered by Dave Beecher. “The focus
We hire a skip each year (this year two, due to the first being filled in one day), at considerable expense, to allow plotholders to dispose of rubbish. We do not have a regular waste collection due to the cost
Andy Howard of the Heritage Fruit Tree Company will be running Winter Pruning + Grafting Training Courses 20th and 21st Jan, 3rd and 4th Feb. More details here: Dear Fruit Lover .
O&DFAA (Oxford and District Federation of Allotment Associations) will be holding its 1st POTATO FAIR in conjunction with Pennard Potatoes. On Thursday 22nd February, from 2pm – 7pm at West Oxford Community Centre, Botley Road. Admission FREE, All welcome (Parking is very limited on site. Botley
All welcome at the Donnington Arms, on the corner of Howard St and Silver Road. Sunday 17th December from 6.30pm.
The Urban Wildlife Group have rehomed some slow-worms on their site, so we are likely to see them on the allotments. These are NOT snakes – they are a type of legless lizard. They are protected under UK law, so