As you will be aware we had very high winds last night, and as you can see from the attached photographs, we suffered a significant event on the allotment site. The felling of the tree has caused considerable damage to the stores and sadly to one of our members plots.
All members are advised to check their plots as from what we can see from the pathways a fair bit of damage has occurred on multiple plots.
As regards the fallen tree, all members are advised that presently it is not safe to climb over the obstruction and you are strongly advised to use alternative routes to access your plots.
We will be in communication with LCC on Monday on the way forward to rectify this situation and to restore safe access via the main roadway.
As and when we have further information this will be communicated to all members via email. If you personally have other forms of contact with non-email using members, please keep them informed regarding the current situation
Most of our allotments on our waiting list look like the above photos.
Due to unprecedented demand for plots during 2020, which has resulted in an
extensive waiting list, we unfortunately have to announce that we will not be taking any more applications until further notice. Currently we have no vacant plots.
HEDGEHOG ALERT: If you have a water feature please leave a log in the water so that
if a hedgehog falls in it has a way of getting out of the water
HISTORY OF SEEDS LANE
A look at the history of Walton Allotment Gardens Association shows that in 1900 the land which comprised “Seeds Lane Gardens”
Stores at the moment are
pretty low, but please visit and
see what we have
The two things that control what you should be doing now in the garden are the weather and your location ...