Saturday March 24th 2012
Organised by the Guildford Society.
To be held at the Millmead Centre in Guildford
Millmead Centre, Bury Fields, GUILDFORD, Surrey GU2 4AZ
Open from 11.00 – 4.00
Entry fee £1.50. Juniors £1.00 Under 5s free
Up to 60 varieties of seed potato.
- Heritage seeds – Thomas Etty
- Garden furniture, Sculpture – Ian Freemantle
- Gardening advice – From guest gardener
- Beekeeping Advice – Colin Styles Bee farmer
- Stoneware Garden ornaments – Brian Baker
- Alan Walsh Author of “The Peoples Potato”
- Fair trade baskets from Romania
- Other Stalls to be announced.
Pottery Wheel – have a go and throw a pot with Julie Wigmore
Light refreshments – Loseley Bakery
Colin Styles, 29 Irwin Road, Guildford, Surrey. GU2 7PW
01483 570658 Mob. 07946 528891 email email@example.com
This is a question that gets raised from time to time I am sure on all of the allotment sites.
As you all probably realise, the rents are subsidised to a significant level by FTC but still some people do question the value of their yearly rent. If the rents were not subsidised we would be paying many times what we do pay.
The liaison committee wanted to try to put together an overview of the benefits received by all FTC allotment holders.
I appreciate that this is potentially a hot topic so we welcome all feedback in the comments below.
- 4 allotment newsletter on a seasonal basis
- 1 free winter lecture (with half-time refreshments!)
- A yearly allotment show held at The Maltings
- Yearly scarecrow competition
- Yearly PumpKing competition
- Yearly allotment competition (best plots)
- Site maintenance
- Water at no extra cost
- A yearly seed purchase saving scheme
- A yearly BBQ (all invited)
- Friendly help at the end of a ‘phone from Kevin
- This website!
w/c 9th April – Scarecrow Competition
May 19th tbc – BBQ and seed swap at West Street Greenhouses
w/c16th July – Allotment Competition
21rd July tbc – Allotment Show at the Maltings
w/c 8th October – Pumpking competition