Occasional Articles and Allotment chat and comments.
The latest edition of our newsletter is now out, and has been emailed to those whose address we hold.
You can download a copy here
In this issue
Welcome to Spring
Trading Hut Order
The Bottom Road
Dates for Your Diary
Next Working Party:
A very big "Thank You" to all those people who helped this morning (17th March). More than 20 of you turned out to help, and as a result a great deal was achieved - in fact much more than we thought possible, when the work was first planned.
The brambles that extended from the main car park to the Dartnell Park culvert have been cleared and the course of the ditch has been identified. Approximately half of the ditch has been cleared of leaves and other debris. This resulted in the collection of 10 sacks of assorted rubbish which has been taken to the Martyrs Lane facility.
There is some further work to carry out on the ditch and it is hoped that another working party can be arranged in the near future.
ps (Later that same day)
Having just been back down to inspect the ditch following all the rain we've had I was delighted to see water draining in and running through as far as we had cleared. Brilliant!
The 2012 AGM is set for Monday 19th November at 8.00pm.
It is at our usual venue, Our Lady Help of Christians Church on Madeira Road West Byfleet.
The agenda will be circulated nearer the date with copies of the last AGM minutes.
We are always looking for members to join the committee, so if you would like to become a committee member there will be an opportunity to step forward.
The latest edition of our newsletter can be downloaded from the newsletter page.
- Introductory note
- Forthcoming AGM
- Organic Seed Catalogue
- Trading Hut
- George Noblett Memorial Plot
- Allotment Ditch Working Party
- Letters to the Secretary
- New Allotments At Horsell
The allotments BBQ on Sunday 8th July was well attended, with around 50 tickets sold, and lots of food prepared, cooked and eaten. And to round it all off the clouds parted, the sun shone, and it was warm - almost like summer really!
As you would imaging from allotment holders, there were no leftovers of any of the 10 or so different salads, and the main course and puddings proved popular too.
Many thanks to the organiser Sue Booker and all those who helped prepare dishes and clear away afterward.
You can see the photos in our gallery