October plotholders’ meeting

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Please see below for the minutes from the October Potholders Meeting. PRESENT: Plotholders at 2, 3,10, 11, 14, 26, 28, 29, 32, 34, 39, 40, 41, 47, 49, 51, 53, 56, 58, 59, 61, 63,APOLOGIES: 43,18 Meeting started by chairman … Continued

Event – Dawn Chorus

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We held our annual ‘Dawn Chorus’ event on Sunday 21st of May at 3:45am (yes that’s correct, AM, not PM) :-) – at Brian and Jane’s plot, plot 29. Even though the weather wasn’t great, we managed to huddle under … Continued

Water turn on

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The allotment water supply will be turned back on, on March 19th. Please make sure that all taps and hoses are turned off and be sure to check all of your fittings before using for the first time. The hard … Continued

Allotment Forest Gardening

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A great video from the Glasgow Allotments Forum on Desiging, Implementing, Maintaining and Eating from a forest garden – a different type of cultivation based mostly on perennial leaf, shoot, fruit and nut crops.

Key dates for 2023

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The Annual General Meeting This will be held in the Members Hut at 11:00 am on Sunday, November 26th 2023 The Plotholder Meetings 11:00 am in the Members Hut on the first Sunday of the month. Starting on April 2nd, … Continued

Recruiting new committee members!

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If you would like to be on the WAA committee please let us know. All plotholders are welcome! Committee meetings are often on the same day as plotholders meetings, or can be held by Zoom or over email/txt. Committee members … Continued

Missives for 2024

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You must submit your missive for 2024 in October or November 2023. You can fill out the application form in person at the plotholders meeting October 1st, and on “Missives Weekend” – 18th and 19th November between 11:00 am and … Continued

Bird Flu FAQs

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Avian flu is more and more common these days. See below for some general advice if you suspect a dead or sick bird is related to bird flu. Upon finding a wild dead bird: If you come across a single … Continued

January/February tasks

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As we head into the new year, what tasks can we be doing while the temperatures remain low and the days are short? Check out this video from the Glasgow Allotment Forum for some pointers.