Advance notice of what is usually supposed to be an interesting event and a nice friendly evening with knowledgeable local growers. To pay go to http://golocalfood.co.uk/…/04/17/growers-question-time-2018/
It’s to be held at Ovington Social Club on May 22nd starting at 7pm
If you would like an allotment in Prudhoe, please come down to the Hut located behind the West Wylam Inn, Front Street, Prudhoe on a Saturday morning between 10 am and 12 noon.
You can then talk to the committee members staffing the desks to see where there are plots on our four different sites and learn all about what it costs, what is involved and what sort of community of growers we are.
Here is another of our useful and informative news letters. We hope that you will enjoy reading it, find it useful and even come to join us as members and/or plot holders.
Dig This – March 2018
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Had to chuckle when this came up on another allotment website – obviously people didn’t always consult the Met Office.
Obviously you can get an up to date forecast by going to https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/, putting the name of your village or town in the box at the top and saving the link so that you can come back and check whether you will be rained off the allotment today. But that’s more serious ….
Prudhoe Town Show now has a Facebook page all to itself!
Preparations are in full swing. The weekend of Saturday 8th September and Sunday 9th September has been booked at the Prudhoe United Services Club, off Front Street, Prudhoe.
The schedule of classes is being prepared and we will let you know as soon as it is available to be sent out, collected (quite free). A typical PGA Schedule 2015 is available here to give you some idea of the classes that we have – but we will update this as soon as there is a copy for 2018 from the printers.
If you would like to sponsor any of our classes or to offer prizes for the grand raffle that is held on the Sunday afternoon when cups and awards are made, please contact us.