Thursday, July 24

Allotments' Officer visit

The council allotments' officer spent an hour on site today during which time:
  • He carried out a plot inspection where he raised one or two issues which will be passed on to the appropriate people.
  • He also visited plots that have entered the allotments' competition. (Good luck to them!)
  • He inspected the new pedestrian gate following some concerns that we have about its installation.
  • He has promised that the skip will be removed tomorrow and that another skip will be delivered on site next Friday.
  • He also gave us some more spare padlocks to ensure that we have a good supply and can keep the gates fully secured.


  1. Hope he liked my plot.

    I know he can be ruthless when it comes to sending letters

  2. AnonymousJuly 25, 2008

    If I get a letter I'll just either grass mine over and keep pigeons or I'll fence it off and keep a dozen chickens / love birds / rats.

    Growing stuff and keeping a garden is the hardest thing to do but also the easiest target for the allotment police.


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