A skip for the disposal of bulky rubbish is outside the shop for the use of all EWAA plotholders. It is for large items which are difficult to dispose of. Space is limited, so please try to take rubbish home,
Oxford Urban Wildlife Group have put a pile of hazel sticks in the communal play area. Please help yourself
The new padlocks were installed today on all 4 gates, and all the old chains removed. You should find them a lot easier to operate, and in addition, because it is not possible to remove your key from the padlock
The padlocks and extra keys have now been delivered, so the new padlocks will be installed on Monday 13th December. For any plot holder who does not yet have a key, you can pick one up on Sunday 12th December
Due to a last minute cancellation, Oxford Urban Wildlife Group has a few spaces left on the following course. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org: Saturday 4th December 2021 9.30am – 3.30pm The courses will cover: Assessing the hedge
I have found a strimmer in the bushes in the Boundary Brook nature reserve, which I assume was dumped there after the shed break-ins earlier in the month. If anyone has lost a strimmer, please contact me on email@example.com.
Oxford Urban Wildlife Group is selling surplus garden tools – £5 for large tools such as spades and forks, £2 for hand tools such as trowels. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, rent payment this year will be by bank transfer. In the next two weeks, we will be sending out an email to each plot holder with our bank details, and the amount due. If you are
The allotment shop is now open again every Sunday, but due to Covid-19 restrictions, payment will only be accepted by card, not cash. Thank you for your understanding.
The number of coronavirus cases in Oxfordshire is continuing to rise. In the 7 days up to 21 August, there have been 86 confirmed cases in Oxfordshire, which is an increase from 65 cases in the previous week. The majority