REMINDER: If you need ground cover, compost, thick netting, frost fleece, pegs, canes, etc. the EWAA Shop will be open 11.00-12.00 this Sunday, but will then close for the winter, re-opening in late February.
REMINDER: the allotment Shop will be closed in December and January. It will re-open at some point in mid-Feb, date to be confirmed. Details here. 75% DISCOUNT on red onion sets, ready to plant immediately. SPUDS: did you have any
Please note that the mains water supply to all the tanks on the allotment site will be switched off at some point this coming weekend, November 18th-19th. It will be turned on again in early spring, once the danger of
If you ever use the gate in the “woodchip” car park you will know that the builders who are working at 66 Cricket Road are also using the space to access the construction project. We need to remind EWAA members
Have you considered planting a green manure now to improve the quality of the soil on your plot? To learn more about how to use Green Manures there’s a helpful summary from Bob Flowerdew in the Banstead episode of Gardeners’
There are fresh supplies in the EWAA Shop which opens on Sundays between 11:00-12:00. Card payments only, we cannot handle cash.Please bring your own bags.
The Committee would like to thank everyone who responded to the EWAA online survey, which was sent out at the end of August. It was the first time that feedback had been gathered in this way, and the results have
…the EWAA allotments could feature on a local mural. A couple of local residents, who have transformed the pedestrian alley between Howard St and Boundary Brook into “Flower Lane”, are now fundraising to pay for a wall mural by artist
…the EWAA needs more participation from its members! Here are three good reasons to volunteer some of your time to actively contribute to the running of the East Ward Allotment Association: We are a community group that can only function