Our Allotment Shop team have been hard at work, with the help of some talented volunteers, to refurb the shop interior – making it much easier to move around and store and find stock. Many thanks also to several local
Two guides from SowSeeds that may be of interest to members: Crop rotation is the process of growing vegetables in their respective families and moving the families around a plot in a specific sequence so they are not grown on
Thanks to our local Councillors Susanna Pressel and Colin Cooke who stumped up the cash we have been able to take this project forward. The Northern boundary of Twenty Pound Meadow has never had proper security fencing like the rest
The Association’s experience with solar powered water harvesting is spreading. Nick and Phil have shown off the equipment at Botley Meadow to more than six other allotment associations. The latest association, Spragglesea Mead & Dean’s Ham (off Abingdon Road) have
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
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.