Dear members, In these uncertain times there are unprecedented numbers of members making very frequent trips to their plots. People are observing our recommended social distancing measures and we thank everyone for doing so. We recognise that EWAA is more than
If you haven’t already done it, don’t miss your last chance to pay your rent on Sunday, in the shop 11-1.
This Sunday, 3- 5.30, a fundraiser for the children’s nursery project taking shape behind our shop. We will also be juicing apples ourselves that day, times tbc.
We will be inspecting the plots this week! .The plots are inspected against our cultivation guidelines which can be found on our website and on all three notice boards which are next to the gates. Cultivation guidelines Plot holders are
Allotments can be great places for wildlife! Come and join us on September 1st from 12 -1 to share what you know and learn from your fellow plotholders about the best ways to encourage bees, ladybirds, birds and other creatures
We are still looking for new committee members as of the AGM at the end of September. If you have some time please join us and use your skills to keep the site running smoothly. We need a secretary and
Naturehood launches in Oxford: The Naturehood website is now LIVE! You can take part by registering on our new website. Naturehood is a project created by Earthwatch Europe which focuses on local wildlife. Individual actions for wildlife are fantastic, but
Come and join us for lunch provided free of charge by plotholder Shamsul Hoque and your committee! We will start at 12 and will have children’s games and activities as well as the oddest thing found on an allotment competition.
Lots going on this weekend, Barracks Lane Garden’s family activity day on Saturday (see below) and on Sunday our neighbours at the Children’s Allotment (behind our shop) have an event: All Welcome at the Children’s Allotment The day will be