The paths have now dried out, and are open for vehicle use again. Please only drive on them to deliver or collect items to or from your plot, and use your discretion re the weather. If the paths become very
Andy Howard of the Heritage Fruit Tree Company will be visiting us again on Saturday 11th March for a talk on pruning 10-11, then a fruit sale from 11-12. For the best choice of varieties please pre-order from the extensive
It’s great to see so many people out and getting started on their plots this spring. Please remember thought that bonfires should only be burnt after six pm (or dusk, whichever is the earlier), and not at all on Sundays.
Andy Howard of the Heritage fruit tree company will be coming to the EWAA site on 11th March with fruit trees and bushes for sale, plus relevant paraphernalia. More details will be available for pre-ordering soon. Meantime he is running
Thanks to the torrential rain of the last few days, the site is now closed to vehicles until further notice due to the state of the ground. We will let you know when things have dried out enough to reopen
Thanks everyone who turned out on Sunday and did masses of work clearing the car parks! As we had to cancel on Saturday due to the weather, there will be another workparty this Saturday 19th, from 10 -1. Meet at
Due to the volume of rain overnight we are cancelling today’s workparty and planning to go for it tomorrow when things have dried out a bit. Please come along for as long as you can tomorrow!
Our next work party will be on 12th November at 10 -4, and 13th November 10 – 2, meeting at the shop. Please come along if you can to help out with clearing of overgrown areas, litterpicking, general sprucing up of
Message from Oxford and District Federation of Allotment Associations: You are invited to an O&DFAA talk: Soil Organic Matter: Why is it so important for your crops? Its sources, actions & reactions by Chris Bird, M. Hort (RHS) Lecturer in