Covid: How have allotments helped people during the pandemic? - BBC News
Here is an interesting article from the BBC which goes to confirm the benefits of having an allotment - aren't we lucky!
WWAA Committee Meeting Minutes
With immediate effect, the WWAA Committee has made a decision not to publsh minutes of their bi-monthly meetings on this website.
Previous minutes can be viewed here.
What's the most unusual thing you're growing this year?
Alex and Chelsea, plotholders at the Sarisbury Green Allotment Site, are growing their own loofah sponges!
Only young at the moment but follow the link above to see what they will look like when fully grown.
Update 2nd May - here's what they look like now.
Let us know if you are growing any unusual plants this year?
WWAA - Affiliation to the Royal Horticultural Society
The WWAA as an organisation is affiliated to the RHS. An RHS Affiliated Society Garden Entry Card has been issued to the WWAA which gives a 30% reduction on the entry fee for one person and a guest to one of the following RHS Gardens:-
- Hyde Hall, Essex;
- Harlow Carr, North Yorks;
- Rosemoor Devon.
If any WWAA member wishes to make use of the card (you need to show it when you arrive at the venues), contact John Parsons at the Trading Hut and he will make it available. John’s telephone number is 01329 665008.