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Gazebo, raised beds and extra driveway.

Work on the area for a communal Gazebo with raised beds and more driveway has commenced.

Contractor's have started work on levelling the area. Work has been halted due to the ongoing COVID-19 issue affecting us all .


We have been advised that plotholders can attend site to tend their plots so long as we all follow the government guidelines on social distancing.


 


More information on the Coronavirus can be found using the link below.


Our Achievements

Upcoming meetings and events

Our Achievements

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We had another visit from the NCS teenagers. They were on site in November to discuss our next plan of action and  returned again on the 23rd to carry out what we had agreed to undertake. 


Thanks  to them again for another good day of activity. 

Thanks also to all the committee  members that turned up and put a lot of hard work into clearing the area for a new wood chip bay.   

More detail about the volunteer day are on the latest newsletter.


 In September the overgrown area by the Spinney was grassed over. Thanks to everyone who helped to barrow the rolls of turf and get it put down.

 

In August we hosted a group of teenage volunteers from the National Citizen Service (The Challenge). 

They met with members of the Committee to discuss what they could do for us. They had a walk around the site and had a chat with some of the plotholders. It was decided that they would set to on clearing some of the overgrown areas for us, plot 27a being one of them.


Pictures of all the activities are available in the Gallery.


Upcoming meetings and events

Upcoming meetings and events

Upcoming meetings and events

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The water to site is now back on ready for the new planting season.

 

Masterclasses at Moor green Allotments 2020.

CANCELLED until further notice.

See the latest notices for more information.


Trip to RHS Malvern Spring Festival 

Thursday 7th May 2020

CANCELLED


Birmingham and the Black Country (Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall & Wolverhampton) will be taking part in the 2020 City Nature Challenge.

The City Nature Challenge is a competition between cities all over the world to see how many wild species their citizens can spot over the space of four days in April.

In 2020 there are set to be over 230 cities taking part worldwide including 10 other UK city regions.

We thought that Birmingham & the Black Country should also be represented!

Anyone interested in taking part should visit the following website for more information:-

https://mailchi.mp/206dc4fe3c81/cnc

We have been approached by Birmingham Trees For Life. Anyone interested in helping to plant new trees should visit the website to learn more https://btfl.org.uk/

Newsletters and Minutes

Newsletters and Minutes

Upcoming meetings and events

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The WAAA Committee minutes and newsletters are available from the link below.


Read the latest November WAAA newsletter to find out what has been going on and what we are doing.


The December BDAC newsletter is also available on this link. 


The latest NAS newsletter is available to read at https://mailchi.mp/1ac97d973383/seasons-greetings-from-the-national-allotment-society-2695425?e=9b907240c7




Noticeboard

Newsletters and Minutes

Helping Wildlife

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We have allocated a noticeboard by plot 26 for plotholders to display their own personal  ads.


Where possible all notices are also displayed on the site noticeboards.


Jericho Wood Shack have provided us with a link to their website

 https://jericho.org.uk/wood-recycling/


West Midlands police have now produced 'The Little Book Of Big Scams' which is packed with info about Scams and Frauds as well as advice on protecting yourself and what to do if you have been caught out.  It can be accessed via the Hints and Tips page.


Helping Wildlife

Newsletters and Minutes

Helping Wildlife

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Do your bit for the British Wildlife.

The RSPCA receives hundreds of calls every year to rescue wildlife which has become tangled in netting, football nets or fishing litter.

Forms of garden netting, [such as that for] pond or fruit, can be a real hazard to wild animals like Hedgehogs and birds, and the RSPCA  would recommend replacing them with solid metal mesh.

If you spot an animal which is trapped, in distress, or in need of help, contact the RSPCA’s 24-hour cruelty line on 0300 1234 999

Hedgehogs should now be going into hibernation. 


Foxes are  regularly sighted and help to keep the vermin population down.


All our straw and manure comes from the  Donkey Sanctuary.


If you would like to make a donation to any of the supporting charities then follow the link below.


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