For anyone interested there is a shop at the Mount Noddy Allotments site, East Grinstead which is open on Saturday mornings. Associate members can for a small annual fee (currently £4) purchase seeds, compost and plants at close to wholesale prices.
Following coppicing of the hazel next to the top allotments there are stakes and pea-sticks available for allotment holders to take
How and when do you prune a large weeping ornmental pear. Its branches are all touching the ground. west Hoathly resident
[See reply November 2014]
Thank you for your research re Daphnes.I am delighted to say mine is currently covered in flower buds, for the very first time & I have in consequence taken the house off the market!
Can anyone tell me how I can get some horse manure delivered, please?
Six months later & still waiting for a reply to my gardening query?? [the plant has given up & gone home!]
what can I do to stop the leaves on my Red Robin turning black and dropping off?
Why does my healthy , established Daphne [variegated] produce only 2/3 flowers per season?
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An allotment is a plot of land, rented by an individual for growing fruit and vegetables, for personal and family use.
The Parish Council is responsible for managing the allotments on Finche Field. When Finche Field was transferred to the parish one of the stipulations was that some of the land was used for the provision of allotments.
There are 2 sites, both at Finche Field:
- The lower allotments that border The Hollow (sites A1 - A20)
- The top allotments by the footpath leading to the steps at the junction of Church Hill, Top Road and The Hollow (sites M1 - M19).
The allotment year runs from September 29th (Michaelmas Day) when rent falls due for the coming year.
Please contact the Parish Clerk for current pricing and availability.