Hi all, we will be turning off the water in the next few days to prevent burst pipes over the winter. Water butts will be filled first and the water will be back on in the spring
Due to unforeseen costs, all new padlock keys will be £7.50 (payable by card only). One will be available to each main plotholder, with the option to purchase a second for a named joint plotholder. We look forward to seeing
Important information for all EWAA plotholders: New padlocks are coming! All EWAA plotholders will need to collect new keys and pay an additional key deposit. Please collect the keys from the shop on: Saturday 20th November 10-12.00 Sunday 21st November
The EWAA Annual General Meeting October 17th 2021 was attended by 24 plotholders. Full Draft Minutes will be on the website soon. Thanks to all those who turned up, and those who have joined or remained on the committee. If
Normally plot cultivation inspections would have taken place in early spring this year, however due to the COVID 19 emergency they were cancelled. Now because of the easing of the COVID 19 restrictions the association committee has decided to reinstate
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