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NWCAA meeting

There is a NWCAA meeting on Sunday 21st October at 1 pm, the venue is

Crumpsall and Cheetham model allotments

Hazelbottom Road, Manchester, M8 0GQ

 

If you are planning to attend, please let me know as it helps them to organise refreshments

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Allotments Stockport general meeting

There is an Allotments Stockport general meeting at 19.00 on Tuesday the 25th of September.

The venue is Walthew House,

112 Shaw Heath,

Stockport, SK2 6QS.

All plot holders are welcome to attend, come and meet your AS committee and fellow plot holders.

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Information for Trustees and Secretaries

I have had several requests for information and guidance for Trustees and site committees. There is information on this website in the documents section relating to Trustees and committees, please look through it, if more information is needed please email me

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Visit the 40th Reddish open Flower and Vegetable show

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ADVICE FOR POULTRY KEEPERS

Animal & Plant Health Agency

Following recent outbreaks of Newcastle Disease (ND) in Belgium and other European countries the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has advised that the risk of disease has increased from low to medium.
All poultry and captive bird keepers are urged to enhance their biosecurity and vigilance, by monitoring their birds for signs of disease, and reporting suspicion immediately to their private vet and to APHA. See https://www.gov.ukhttps://www.gov.wales and http://www.gov.scot for further advice.
Poultry species that are affected by Newcastle Disease may show the following clinical signs:
• Respiratory distress, such as gaping beak, coughing, sneezing, gurgling and rattling
• Nervous behaviour, such as tremors, paralysis and twisting of the neck
• Unusually watery faeces that are yellowish-green in colour
• Depression and a lack of appetite
• Produce fewer eggs which could be misshapen and soft-shelled
Government has not imposed any restrictions on bird keepers in response to the findings of ND in Belgium. We continue to monitor the situation across the UK and the rest of Europe carefully.

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