East Ward Allotments
Cricket Road
Oxford
OX4 3DJ

The main entrance to East Ward Allotments is between 92 and 94 Cricket Road, opposite the entrance to Ridgefield Road.

Our main officer contacts are :-

chair@ewaa.org.uk – To contact the chairman of the EWAA committee, for matters relating to the site overall.

treasurer@ewaa.org.uk – To contact the EWAA treasurer for financial matters relating to the site.

shop@ewaa.org.uk – To contact the EWAA shop officer, for matters relating to the shop, or to request a purchase whilst the shop is closed.

membership@ewaa.org.uk – To contact the EWAA membership officer, for matters relating to the waiting list, or plot inspections.

For general enquiries, and matters relating to publicity, this website, or the notice boards, send an email to contact@ewaa.org.uk
However, you’re likely to get a quicker response if you use one of the above officer addresses, to target your request. Or pop in to the shop by the main entrance. Details of Shop opening hours are here.

5 thoughts on “Contact Us

  • 5th March 2021 at 3:21 pm
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    May we have the water to the road taps switched on this week, please, rather than waiting until the clocks go forward, as those of us starting seeds and plants under cover need some clean water for our little darlings….. Regards Stewart

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  • 13th July 2021 at 4:48 pm
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    Good afternoon
    I am writing to you from St Gregory the Great Secondary School. Do you have any plans in your organisation for community engagement that we may share with you?
    We have some garden areas of the school (plus willing students) that could do with some advice from someone who knows what they are talking about to help teachers and students improve their environment.
    I look forward to hearing from you

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  • 30th October 2021 at 4:36 pm
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    Water. As there is no sign of frost can we please delay turning off the water for the plot-side taps until forecasts suggest imminent hard freeze? And in February / March consider turning water on if forecast is clement? Those of us growing under cover would appreciate access to clean water. Stewart Young

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  • 8th November 2021 at 10:10 am
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    The new padlocks is a great idea as my partner and I have had our she’d broken into 4 times this year, however the very brief time slot for collecting new keys isn’t ideal as we both work weekends is there a way we can collect outside of the 20 and 21st November?

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