The May/June edition of the Allotment Society newsletter is now available to read.
Minutes and reports from April's Committee Meeting are now available. View full post to read them now.
As many of you will be aware, measures are being taken to reduce the amount of Ashford Borough Council's Allotment budget that is spent on water provision across our sites with the aim of avoiding rent increases in the future due to these costs. You will no doubt have noticed that hose pipes are now banned on council run plots. In association with the Alloment Working Group, we will be following one Ashford allotment holder, known as The Good Doctor, for a year as he gardens his plot without the use of a…continue reading →
At this week's Society meeting reps from a couple of sites flagged up concerns from plot holders about uncontrolled dogs on allotment sites. Ashford Allotment society kindly request that tenants who bring their pets with them when gardening tether dogs within the bounds of their plot and make sure that their animals do not run across other plots.continue reading →
The April Newsletter is now available to download, containing important dates for your diary, details of an upcoming visit to Willesborough Windmill and new plants available from the Trading Store in May
Read the March and April newsletter written by Penny now. Full of information about the trading store, a trip to the Willesborough Windmill and tips to get your 2016 growing season underway.
The Wilkinson's Garden Evening is on Wednesday 9th March from about 6.30 pm. Open to all society members. There will be some special offers and a raffle at the store as well as a chance to preview this season's stock . Please wait outside the main doors to be let in.continue reading →
The February update from the Trading Store is now available to download here. This edition includes important information regarding the roll out of new membership cards and stock updates.continue reading →
Complete minutes from the 2016 Allotment Society AGM and Committee meeting held 27th January at the Civic Centre.
Despite the wet weather that we have been experiencing recently it is still possible to be preparing the allotment for warmer and drier conditions providing that the soil is not too saturated.