or contact : Ian Gardiner, email@example.com
Chair: Ian Gardiner
Treasurer: Ruth Lomax
Secretary: Sandy Palmer
Richard, the site is looking great. Well done to all your team.
May I add it to the NWCAA website . Good luck everyone
Not sure if its any use to anyone or where to put this comment but Homebase by Morrisons are having a closing down sale so there might be a bargain up for grabs….(site mods/admin feel free to remove if necessary)
how old do you have to be to have a chicken/duck allotment
James can you e mail me,my address is at the top of the page,Ian Gardiner
We are sheltered housing on Brook Street, Hazel Grove with 30 flats and have a greenhouse and an area of the garden for fruit and veg. with a raised bed. However, we have tried to grow stuff for the passed two years with little success and was wondering whether the society are able to offer any assistance.
I am Richard King of the Torkington Allotment Association (off Torkington Road) so I’m fairly close to you.
I’m sure we can help you, so if you e-mail me some details of your availability (or ‘phone me on 0161 456 0823) I’ll arrange to meet with you to see the site and suggest what can be done.
I suggest you contact the three local allotment associations in Hazel Grove. They are Norbury Church, Hazel Grove [off School Street and Chester Road] and Torkington. Thier contact details are on Stockport Council’s website at the link below. I am sure someone from one of these sites will want to help you.
Hi I am trying to contact some one from the Priestnall Allotments regarding filming please could some one call or email me
my name is Donna
i work at Lisburn Court, residential home for the elderly with Dementia.
do you have any volunteers that could help me tidy up the garden please?
Hi Donna, I will pass your request to allotment sites near to you. However many plot holders do not go to their plots in the winter months as the ground can be unworkable, If you need more help contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Donna, you could try here for help /www.groundwork.org.uk/sites/msstt
You can also try here http://www.cgmcrc.co.uk/what-we-do/community-payback/
Nominate yourselves to get help
Hi I work at Westmorland primary in Brinnington and we have an area that is in desperate need of weeding of horsetail and covering ready for the spring. Any help will be gratefully received as the children and staff are tackling this issue but we need more pairs of expert hands I do hope you will be able to offer some support and a hot beverage and biscuits will be supplied as a Thankyou for your hard work
Could you please announce this at the annual meeting on 25/9/18 and see if anyone would be interested in coming on down to our lovely school as the children love to plant and watch it grow and taste too 😀
I will look forward to your response as to assisting in this local community project
Nicola, I have just read your message so sorry for the delay.Horsetail is the bane of allotment sites as it is so difficult to kill. Pulling it out of the ground can cause it to become more widespread as every piece that breaks off the plant will grow into another plant, so do not strim or hoe it either. Contact the council, they may have powerful weedkillers that the public do not have access to.
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