This is a reminder that we all share responsibility for the communal EWAA paths. 
When the earth is waterlogged and soft, we exclude all vehicles from the site to avoid damage to paths. There are  clear notices on the gates stating this. We would ask all members to respect this rule.
Please help us by reminding anyone you see trying to  drive through the gates that it is not permitted at the moment.

Thanks for your cooperation.

EWAA Committee

No potatoes, onion & shallot sets, or garlic

Sadly, as the EWAA Shop is unable to open during lockdown we won’t be selling the items that normally go into the ground early in the year. Local shops such as Wilko and Homebase often stock seed potatoes and alliums, as do some garden centres. Charlton Park Garden Centre in Wantage hopes to offer a good selection – phone and online orders only!


EWAA shop re-opens on 7th February at 11 am

Because of the difficulties of running the shop in the context of Covid restrictions we are unable to open the shop for the rest of this year. In early 2021 stock of seed potatoes, onions, garlic, shallots, and seeds will start to arrive. We’ll announce more details in the New Year, and post information on the website.

Thank you for your understanding.
EWAA Committee


The EWAA committee has hired a skip, for site rubbish only, to get rid of unwanted: Metals, Plastics, Glass, Carpet.
Please leave items beside the skip, which is near the Shop Lane gate.
DON’T load the skip yourself: Committee volunteers will pack it to make the most of the space, which is expensive.

Do Not Leave Timber, Soil, Green/organic matter, Asbestos, Plaster board, Paint, Noxious substances