The meeting is in 2 parts; the first half hour, beginning at 6.30pm, is an informal surgery where people have an opportunity to speak to BHAF members or the Council Allotment Officer on a one-to-one basis over a cup of tea. This allows individual and personal issues to be dealt with more quickly and efficiently.
The second part of the meeting begins at 7pm and relates to more general and city-wide allotment issues. If you have a problem/question or an item for the agenda, come and talk to us during the surgery and we will do our best to help.
There is free parking at Patcham Community Centre and on surrounding streets.
For those travelling by bus, the 5 and 5A buses stop within 2 minutes walk of the centre (The Ladies Mile bus stop).
Timetable details can be found here:
Meeting Agenda to Include
Rule revision update
Alternative Growing Methods on allotments (No Dig, Permaculture etc)
Allotmenteers Question Time
The BHAF Committee is always in need of volunteers to help us run the Federation effectively, if you can spare some time to join the Committee, please get in touch!
We look forward to seeing you.
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Well rotted organic horse manure for free
Please can you let your members know that I have for free well rotted organic horse manure (no fertilisers on fields) available all year, every year at Pulborough Stud, Blackgate Lane, RH20 1DD . No need to ring to make an appointment, they can just turn up and help themselves ...but need bags or a trailer.Thanks, Leigh
Alternative Growing Methods
Permaculture with the eccentric genius Mike Feingold
Mike is a Site Rep in Bristol and uses permaculture principles on his allotment
We'd love to hear your comments about alternative gardening techniques on allotments, especially in regards to the rules revision process which is taking place.