A quick reminder that the shop is still open 10 -12 until the end of April (and 11 -12 after that), and we have a wide variety of seed potatoes for sale. Come and get ’em!
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.
The allotment shop will be open from 10am to 12am every Sunday until the end of April
Varieties for sale: First Earlies: Red Duke of York, Swift, Winston Second Earlies: Nadine, Vivaldi* Salads: Charlotte, International Kidney Main: Cara, Desiree, Kerrs Pink, Rooster*, Stemster Pick ‘n Mix – £1.30/kg. Please bring your own bag(s) except forAlbert Bartlett 2kg bags (marked with *) –
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
We have now taken delivery of onion sets, garlic cloves and packets of seeds: Broad Bean – Sutton Dwarf Garlic – Picardy Wight, Vallelado Onions – Sturon Globe, Red Karmen Shallots – Red Sun We also had another manure delivery
We have taken delivery of a large pile of manure, which is now available for £1 a barrow-load, with a maximum of 3 barrow-loads per plot. Please pay in the shop – if it’s not open, could you please put