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October 2023

The last plot inspections of the year were done by the committee this week. Letters or emails may have been received by some reminding all that winter is still a time to tidy up making it easier in the spring Plots should be kept at at least 75% worked and productive or ready to plant. If yours is not up to a reasonable standard and/or being used effectively we will contact you as per our rules. Please burn or compost your rubbish, watch out for your subs email/letter in January. If you are not allotmenteering in 2024 do let us know as we have people on the waiting list ready to plant and grow.

Always a treat to feature an allotment where energy and time has contributed to a ready allotment moving into winter


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