Dear EWAA Members, The Allotment has a busy weekend in its calendar in the middle of October, so please put these dates in your diary now, and join us in the annual Autumn activities: SATURDAY 16th OCTOBERWork Party Various locations and
We’ve received a delivery of leaf mould, with some woodchip mixed in. You’ll find the small pile outside the Shop gate. There is no charge for this, but please limit yourself to no more than one barrowload so that everyone
The new padlock that was on the Cricket Road gate (between houses 66 & 68) disappeared on Saturday afternoon. Have you found it in your allotment bag? If so, please get in touch and return it as soon as possible.
The use of slug pellets which contain the toxic chemical metaldehyde will be banned from March 2022. Metaldehyde is a poison which can also kill species such as birds and mammals. It is toxic to pets and to people, and
Many, many thanks to Mike and Mo for mending the broken tap so quickly. Happy watering everyone!
The tap on one of the water troughs broke yesterday, so there is no running water on the site at the moment. The repair should happen today so, all being well, the water will be back on by this evening.
This is to warn you that a large delivery of topsoil for the Children’s Allotment has been left incorrectly in the EWAA car park nearest to Howard Street. The CA is making arrangements to remove it. Apologies for the inconvenience!
As the new growing season gets underway, here are a few things for all of us to keep in mind as we move around the site: Paths: The narrow paths between plots are not thoroughfares, so please take the long
The water supply is running, but a number of the troughs are quite clogged with earth and debris. The Covid-19 restrictions have prevented site work parties for many months, so if anyone has a bit of time to spare and
Much to everyone’s relief, the ground is now firm enough for vehicles to use the lanes. Please respect the following: Guide and accompany any delivery driver who you invite onto the site No U-turns – manoeuvres destroy the edges No