After failing to get together on sunday the weather looks amazing today heading to the lots at 5. We need to sort out the no dig sight and prepare the beds for pumpkins. There is Ruhbarb to be harvested and beans to be seeded and taken home to germinate.
taking advantage of the weather to have some sweet sweet allotment times! We'll arrive after the day's work is done at five, do enough digging/planting in the dying light to justify our presence, and then reward our labour. The plan is to cook up a stewy feast on the fire (everyone bring a bowl and something to throw in the pot), and then huddle round the blaze sipping ale and swapping Woodstock stories. What could be better?
Last Thursday was another productive allotment session unearthing layers of allotment history. Leaf by leaf the story is uncovered each glimpse of the past is helping to write the new. Val is back on the scene and I am off for a while but I am happy that people are getting to grips with the ancient skill of making it up as we go along.
Following a productive thursday afternoon and lots of interest in more activities we are meeting for a couple of hours at 2pm. We can start to construct the Polly tunnel finnish the cold frames decide where to put the compost bins along plenty of other things. New people are welcome it will be a good day to see the plots, the more the merrier! if you want any more details contact me (luke) on 07542437755