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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by kyoto49, Mar 7, 2015.
Self build homes and home grown veg - Kingston Hill was a Tv series before its time
Tenby Drive was also self-build with adjacent allotments.
Some of the Coton Fields allotments today at the end closest to Prospect road. I actually tried to get some full video footage but had issue's with the memory card in the camera. Never mind
The top corner plots at the junction of Prospect Road and Blakiston Street
And looking across the allotments from Prospect Road toward Pennycrofts
I have an allotment in the Silkmore area, not many of the people on the site are local just one or two. We have BBQs in the summer and a trip out to a garden show, Last year we had a scarecrow competition great fun, we usually do a bonfire night with a Guy Fawkes and another BBQ it's such a great sense of community.
We have all gotten to know each other over the last few years and we all stop for a cuppa and a chat, its a very important part of the growing process. I've planted green manure over the winter for the last two years it really done the soil good, i dug it all in today and I planted broad beans and early dwarf peas. Roll on the spring so i can get my scruffy clothes on and go and play in the soil.
Are you on the Silkmore Crescent ones? Nobody knows they're there - you could run a jihadist training camp there and get away with it.
And somewhere in Fort Meade, something stirred...
Surely, G, you meant 'grow leeks'?
They may be aware of your code-words...
..but, they would still never find you..
That's got GCHQ reading the forum. They probably did anyway as there algorithm machines picked up JM's random comments and thought that it could be some new code.!
Do Councils have a statutory duty to provide allotments? Yes. If the council believes that there is a demand for allotments; they have a statutory duty to provide a sufficient number of plots. Section 23 of the Small Holdings and Allotments Act 1908.
Thorpe Report which recommends a minimum provision equivalent to 15 per 1,000 households, but this is not legally binding.
Imagine being the poor bastard that has Marwood on his Watch List - he'll never get home in time for Match of the Day, will he...?
Anybody who could crack Marwoodspeak would surely be deserving of a place at top table at GCHQ.
Norman Wisdom worked at GCHQ.
You'd better take down some of these photos, wmr. There's too many shots of greenery - you never know who might be viewing them. <cougheenan>
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Next Thursday Noah, usual time and place, bring ''The Advocado''.......
Love the aerial shots of the allotments @wmrcomputers
@arthur Our allotments also has bonfire night fireworks and a small bbq and acoustic music get together in the summer; it's truly wonderful for the kids to benefit from this social side. In fact having an allotment is an amazing experience for kids full stop
Main crop spuds, what varieties do people recommend please? We're mainly mash and roasties people, not boilers and chippers!
A music get together is a good idea we may try that this summer
Did you notice the Teddy Boy spitting his gum out?