Oxford Plan Bee are offering plotholders the chance to attend one of their free upcoming Bee Walks, in either Wytham Woods or Oxford City (with a possible bonus visit to the Botanic Gardens). Walkers will visit some of their solitary
There has been a recent spate of organised thefts and vandalism on allotment sites across Oxford. We have updated and uploaded a guide to making allotment sites and plots more secure. We urge you all to read it … It
Pete Feenan and his team have been doing a sterling job on the Water Harvesting Project at Twenty Pound Meadow allotments. There is a PDF report here which describes their progress As part of the project we plan to extend
A recent article in the Guardian reports that allotments, weedy corners and fancy gardens are all urban havens for bees and other pollinators, a study has found. Allotments are particularly good places for pollinators because they provide a mix of
We are having our second BBQ of the summer on Sunday August 26th from 1pm onwards. As usual it is a ‘bring and share’ event (we don’t use any of the association funds to cover this) – so please bring
On May 25th 2018 the General Data Protection Requirement (GDPR) comes into force – replacing the previous Data Protection Act. GDPR requirements include that members of all organisations need to be made aware of the information held about them, and
A series of hopefully useful leaflets produced by the National Allotment Society have been uploaded to the new Resources for Members page.
Coffee and homemade cakes will be served at the Shop on TPM between 11 and midday on the following Sundays: 29 April, 27 May, 24 June, 29 July, 26 August: Donations of homemade cakes would be welcome – contact Verity