Sadly, as the EWAA Shop is unable to open during lockdown we won’t be selling the items that normally go into the ground early in the year. Local shops such as Wilko and Homebase often stock seed potatoes and alliums,
Because of the difficulties of running the shop in the context of Covid restrictions we are unable to open the shop for the rest of this year. In early 2021 stock of seed potatoes, onions, garlic, shallots, and seeds will
Due to the new lockdown the allotment shop will not open on Sunday mornings this month. If it proves possible to take orders from our members, instructions will be posted on the website.
The new online ordering process seems to be working well, with over 50 bags of compost delivered last weekend. The Ewaa shop online ordering process However there seems to be some confusion about how the online ordering process works. So
Following the CoVid 19 changes, online shop orders and deliveries have started up. So far, we’ve managed to get one online order cycle in per week, and our stock is selling well. We’ve also managed to get some deliveries from
Owing to the CoViD 19 pandemic, the ewaa shop has had to close. However we still have some stock and our suppliers still seem to be able to take orders and deliver. So we’d like to see if its feasible
The first delivery of Potatoes was a big success, and we sold the last bag on the weekend of 23rd Feb. The shop volunteers pointed out that I hadn’t communicated the reason for the new plan for potato sales this
With spring rapidly approaching we’ve exciting new things in the shop . Bags of steam sterilised, composted Manure, at £5.50 each, 3.6m x 150mm x 22mm planks, at £6 each (perfect for paths or for quick borders on raised beds),
Dear plot holders, There will be a plot inspection 28th & 29th March 2020 Also, a gentle reminder, that we do not accept cheques in the shop & we now have a card reader!