Covid-19 informationGuidance from the National Allotment Society
Please read this guidance around staying safe on the plot during the Covid19 Emergency
October has a real end of season feel. Frosts are more than likely so the allotment is emptied of all tender crops. The last of the fruits of the season are harvested this month and many plotholders now disappear for the winter.
However, there is still a lot of productive work to do! …
Defying coronavirus – Smitham Allotments exhibit at a successful flower and vegetable show in Banstead
Against all the odds the Banstead Horticultural Society 2020 Autumn Show was held on the 12th September at the Community Hall.
Dave Warren has spotted a new addition to our allotment wildlife. Hedgehogs are getting increasingly rare so it’s great to see this little creature.
This is one of the many slow worms who live in our compost bin on the allotment, photographed in July 2019. They enjoy a cosy fugg in there all through the winter, and there always seem to be a good number of babies in the spring!
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