The Prudhoe Town Show secretary is still waiting for the return of a number of cups from last year’s Prudhoe Town Show. If you have one or know of someone who won one and still has it, could you ask them to return it/them to the Hut on Saturday morning between 10 am and 12 noon. Or they can contact the show secretary on the email address email@example.com asap.
We are looking to do the order from Kings Seeds for the PGA hut in the near future. We aren’t doing individual orders for people but we would like to know what sort of things you would like to buy from us next year.
Our prices will be lower than on the Kings Seeds website as we get a discount through our membership of the National Allotment Society. We don’t have the facility to carry seed potatoes, onion sets or garlic sets and we don’t stock plants. Just seeds. So if you would like to make suggestions about what seeds we should order please tell us soon.
To find out more about what you can do to help bees and other pollinators visit Bees’ Needs Week 2018
There is something everyone can do, even if it’s just a corner of an allotment full of seasonal flowers throughout the spring, summer and autumn.
Growmore, 6x fertiliser, Maxicrop liquid feed, calcified seaweed, bamboo canes, seeds and much much more.
Located behind the West Wylam Inn in Prudhoe, you will find our Trading Hut. Open Saturdays from 10am to Noon. Prudhoe Gardeners’ Association membership only £3/yr! And you don’t have to be an allotment holder to join, just a gardener.
A sample of our prices attached below:
- Trimming means keeping it cut back outside your plot so that it doesn’t obstruct the path outside your plot. Remember that other people need to get to their plots.
- Trimming means cutting the top so that it doesn’t become too tall and keep the light out of other people’s plots – all plants need light to grow.
- Trimming means cutting the hedge inside so that you have the maximum growing space.
- You are also responsible for making sure that the path passed your plot is clear of weeds and debris so that other people can use it.
If you wouldn’t like your home hedge to look like the one at your allotment, then it’s time to be allotment proud and give that hedge a haircut. It’s brownie points at inspection time if the hedge is smart too.