Name: teela Spratt
Message: I have a yard in Farnham and have trailer loads of manure off the field which has no shavings or straw in. Some well rotted. I am happy for someone to come and pick it up, at a time to suit them. My phone number is 01252 795752.
Happy New Year everyone. Please find attached the minutes from the last allotment liaison group meeting.
There next meeting is the first week of February so if anyone has any questions or concerns about their allotment plot or site please contact your site representative or email this website for your questions to be raised.
For those of you who don’t have Facebook.
The following has been posted on Farnham Council’s facebook site.
Farnham Town Council
Calling all budding gardeners and those interested in growing your own fruit and veg! We have several allotment spaces available at both our Six Bells roundabout and Farnborough Road sites.
Having an allotment is a great way to get fit, eat well and make friends and all for an absolute bargain price of £50. Apply now at: http://www.farnham.gov.uk/online/allotment-application
After last year’s successful visit to Wisley the Allotment Liaison Committee has arranged a guided tour of the Kitchen Gardens at West Dean, near Chichester, on Monday June 15th., starting at 11.00am.
The tour will last approx. 90 minutes.
To find out more about West Dean go to www.westdean.org.uk
The party is limited to fifteen (15) and the cost will be £11.65 a head, payable on the day. (If the party is fewer than fifteen the charge will necessarily be slightly more).
It would be great to get a full complement, so if you wish to join us please contact Robert Green either by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, 01252 794860.
Travel will be by car. You will see from the website that refreshments are available, so if you wish to arrive earlier for coffee or stay for lunch afterwards, both are possible.
As always there is much to learn from other gardeners so please join us if you can for what will, I am sure, be a very interesting and worthwhile visit.
Robert Green, Allotment Liaison Committee Chairman.
It was good to see the water had been turned on, but I’m disappointed that of the three taps/tanks at the Six Bells only one didn’t leak. One had had a new ballcock, but the other two are leaking as the ballcocks need re-siting (and I suspect the one by the roman way entrance still needs a new tap). I’d tied them up with string. It might be an idea for the plot holders at other sites to check the tanks before we all get told off for wasting water.
These can be found on page 14 here:
By my calculations to break even we would need to pay £90 per 5 rod (half) plot. Cutting down water use wouldn’t make much difference to this. As “salaries” are budgetted to be over seven times the cost of water isn’t it time that all the non-essential things such as scarecrow competitions were cut?
The’ve got it wrong; my bill says “125 square metres at £0.40 per Rod”. Of course what they mean is “5 square rods at .£0.40 per square metre.
Perhaps they could offer me a job as a proof-reader!
Date: 25th February 2015
Venue: Council Chamber in South Street
On this occasion your liaison group thought it would be a good idea to make the evening a question and answer panel. The panel will be made up of our very own allotment holders will will share their own successes and failures with you. All you need to do is come along with your questions and get them answered by the people who have first-hand experience of growing on an allotment.
If you would like to come along to this evening please email Kevin Taitt and confirm how many tickets you will require. This will enable us to make sure we have enough seats and tea/coffee available for the evening.
Submit A Question
If you are coming to the evening and have a question for the panel please submit it below so we can be prepared and have all the information that you may require, including some photos, to hand.
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