Please be careful when taking woodchips from the pile outside the gate, and supervise your children around it. We have had reports of nasty/sharp and dangerous rubbish in and around that area. We are working with the council and local police to try and reduce anti-social behaviour in the gateways and car parks, but in the meantime please be cautious and also keep those gates locked.
If has anyone found a transparent, slightly milky plastic panel (roughly 60×120 cm) that looks like it could have come off the roof of a greenhouse (blown off by the wind), could you please either put it in the greenhouse on plot 204, or let the committee know, via email or the shop. Thank you.
Dear All, please lock the gates whenever you come in and out! We are finding them open or unlocked quite often at the moment, and as there has been a bit of an issue with anti-social behaviour around the Cricket Road gates lately (not by plotholders!) we would like to keep the site as secure as we can. Please do get in touch with us at the hotmail address if you have any particular concerns.
The EWAA committee
The communal wheelbarrow from outside the EWAA shop has not been seen for a while – if you have borrowed it please do bring it back so everyone can use it as needed.
It’s not too late to put some potatoes in! Available in the shop on Sundays 11-12, now only 70p per kilo.
Come and get’em!
We are having another plant swap after last year’s success. In the shop on Sunday 4th of June from 11, bring along your excess seedlings, take home some you need. Donations to Garden Organic if you have nothing to swap but want to join in. Bring cakes if the fancy takes you.
Please make sure you lock the gates behind you when coming in or out. They have been left open several times lately and we would rather not have uninvited visitors on site.
Also please close the car park gates at the main entrance if you are the last one to leave.
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 wet again the vehicle ban may be reinstated.