Unfortunately, due to coronavirus, we have had to postpone the AGM until the Autumn. We will notify you when a date has been set
Please Support us!
We ask you to pay an annual £5 subscription (sub) to help to cover the cost of maintaining our site. The money goes towards: paths, fences, taps, pipes, and last but not least, our toilet. We are sure you enjoy at least some of the benefits of our well run site, even it's just using the w.c. occasionally! (Hopefully, the toilet will reopen soon.)
We are also sure you will agree that £5 is very little to pay for a year of membership on our lovely allotments. You can pay using one of the methods below:
Send £5 to: Golf Course Allotments.
Account number: 58535241
Sort code: 60-14-37
Make sure to use the reference box to include your plot number and surname!
Pay by cheque!
Send a cheque for £5 made out to: Golf Course Allotments.
Post to: S. Padfield (Treasurer), 106 Nightingale Rd., N22 8PP.
Include your plot number!
We need your photos for our Calendar! They need to be landscape and preferably taken on a camera not a phone. Send them to email@example.com
The Calendar is a big fundraiser for us. It helps to pay for all the things that makes our site allotment so special. Taking some photos and submitting them for the Calendar would be greatly appreciated. If you cannot take a photo then why not buy a calendar when it is released? To buy one talk to; Bruce, a committee member, or in the shop. We will announce when they are ready!
Young Gardeners Club
Formed in 2012, the Young Gardeners Club (YG) is a club for the children and grand-children (aged between 6-14 years) of existing plot-holders. We are currently suspending sessions until things are a bit safer.
For more information please contact Clare Winstanley on 07963 981 516 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. New members are very welcome. Parents or other close relatives should be plot-holders or on the waiting list. The plot, 85b, is in good shape and sessions take place regularly throughout the year. We wanted to share with the rest of the GCAA a few photos: