Wednesday, June 4

Work on the Communal Plot

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Yesterday work finally started on the storage bays on our communal plot. We have taken some time to make sure that we were choosing and sourcing materials that were going to give us best value for money and yet would provide a long lasting solution. On Monday Earnshaws delivered the fence posts and the day after construction started. Thanks to Chris Olenczyn for providing his work free of charge and also Paul on plot 38 for looking after Jack Olenczyn whilst his 'dad' was at work. The plot was so waterlogged that Chris didn't need to mix the post mix with any water at all. The holes that he dug were completely filled with water - is the water table so high? Also sorry that you didn't get your tea til late Chris - blame your dad!! Click here for the full story of progress on the communal plot. Once the bays are completed we need to move attention to the raised beds - ideally I would like these to be worked by some of the children. If you can help by constructing beds, providing top soil or have a child who would like to garden a bed then please let Sue know as soon as possible. If you are a company who can donate materials or plants also please get in touch by using the email link on the sidebar

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