Following COVID rules, we have not had an AGM this year, however, the annual report along with audited accounts are now available. Links to download these are embedded in this month’s April Newsletter delivered to all plot holders via email.
We are still following the government guidelines for COVID. If you are unsure what they are for the allotments here is a link to the NSALG website for more detail.
Hopefully many of you would have had your first vaccine dose now, or will very soon. Remember one dose does not make you any less vulnerable, you still need to keep your distance, wear your mask in close settings and in public places indoors, and wash your hands. Until the world is vaccinate, we are not safe.
We always appreciate new committee members. If you are interested in becoming a member of the committee please contact any of the committee members or email
We will begin cutting the main path areas next week and your assistance in ensuring there are no stones, old wood etc on these areas would be appreciated.
The mowers and strimmers need maintaining each year. Our previous allotmenteer (Craig) has just given up his plot due to personal commitments, so if anyone knows of a person that could do lawnmower maintenance, please get in touch with Dave (Chairman)
A skip will be available from Friday April 22nd. It will be returned when it is full.
Things not allowed in the skip are:
- Stones and soil
- Things brought from home
- Weedkiller, pesticides and any chemicals
Anyone known to have brought items from outside of the allotments and placed in the skip could lose their plot. This skip is meant for cleaning up our allotments.