Just a reminder that the water supply to the allotment troughs normally goes off when the clocks change, so this will happen on Sunday 25th October this year.
There has been a spate of break-ins on the allotment site over the last couple of days. Please let Chris Clifford know if your shed or greenhouse has been broken into, and if anything has been stolen or broken. The
Many members will be aware that Oxford has now been pushed to ‘red alert’ status, due to the rising rate of infection.This is a reminder for us all to take additional care when on the allotment site to: wash hands
Vehicle access to the site’s shop lane will be suspended from 8:00 am this coming Saturday (3rd October) until mid-day on Monday (5th October), to allow Oxford Direct Services and their engineers to upgrade our water supply inspection chamber cover.We
The City Council has recently updated its guidelines regarding bonfires on allotment sites. The advice against having bonfires has now been withdrawn, so our published rules are back in place. These are available on the EWAA website (https://ewaa.org.uk/rules-and-info/). In summary:
This year the AGM will take place on Thursday 29th October 2020, between 7.30-8.30pm. Due to current government COVID regulations, this meeting will take place via Zoom videoconferencing.All registered plot holders will receive an agenda and further details in advance.