Dear Members, Our neighbours at the OUWG, who manage the nature park, generously provide EWAA allotment members with a supply of peasticks each spring, in the form of hazel branches coppiced in the autumn. From Sunday (March 21st) this year’s
In keeping with EWAA tradition, the mains water will be switched on for Sunday 28th March, marking the move to British Summer Time.
EWAA members are again permitted to burn allotment waste on their plots, so the usual rules apply. Note in particular: No bonfires before 6pm, or before dusk when that is earlier than 6pm No bonfires on Sundays or Public Holidays
Dear Members, Following such a prolonged period of persistent rain the ground at the allotment site remains extremely soft, so the weight of vehicles would still damage our grass lanes. Thankfully, the ground is drying out, so providing we have
This is a reminder that we all share responsibility for the communal EWAA paths. When the earth is waterlogged and soft, we exclude all vehicles from the site to avoid damage to paths. There are clear notices on the gates stating
Magical transformation, January 2021
The ground is extremely waterlogged and it is unsafe to drive along the lanes