The Mayor visited all the allotment plots in Abingdon on July 5th. The Best full Plot, Half Plot and runners up are now listed on our best plot pages – Congratulations to all. Particularly to Pat and Tina Boyce, who also won the overall Best Plot in Abingdon for plot 90.
Many thanks to Rob, Digger, Vic, Alex, Julian and any others who have helped with the resolution of the flooding and clearance of the culvert. That was quite a situation! I hope that plotholders haven’t lost too many crops, tools, sheds etc.
Two or three years ago deer were becoming a problem and it was decided to erect a deer fence to deter them. Some 72 plus angle irons were purchased and we were allocated a grant from the Abingdon Council for this purpose. We receive money from them in return for running the allotment as anContinue reading “Deer Fence”
Thanks to those who have already paid the rent for next year. Annual rent (£15 for a half plot, £24 for a full plot) is due on November 17th. Please make a BACS payment to – Wildmoor Allotment Holders Association (a business account) bank code: 30 10 04 a/c no: 01197884 ref: plot no. and Surname
The AGM is cancelled this year owing to the COVID pandemic. Instead, on 17th November, you will receive reports from the Chair, Treasurer, Secretary. Lettings and Seed Secretaries. Please read these and forward any comments to the Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org. Wishing you all the best during this uncertain time. Julie Edge
The road repairs on Saturday and Sunday 24th and 25th are now cancelled. No Whacker Plate is available. I thank all the volunteers. Sorry for the late notice, A new date will be circulated.Rob Harrower Chairman Plot 85
This is where you will find the latest information posted by the secretary and the chair, which we hope will be of interest to you. COVID19 – The allotments are open to all members who feel that they wish to come and work, socially distanced from all those who are not in their family bubble.Continue reading “Latest News”