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.
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 The advice against having bonfires has now been withdrawn, so our published rules are back in place.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.
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
Oxford Urban Wildlife Group is selling a polytunnel, in perfect condition, having never been taken out of its original delivery packaging. It is approximately 5m long, 3m wide and 2m high, and comes with wooden door frames. They cost £600-£700
The Director of Public Health for Oxfordshire has issued a notice regarding the rise of COVID-19 cases in the last week.Stay alert as Covid cases on rise in Oxford | Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust Our basic prevention measures at
Normally plot cultivation inspections would have taken place in early spring this year, however due to the COVID 19 emergency they were cancelled. Now because of the easing of the COVID 19 restrictions the association committee has decided to reinstate