COVID-19 (Coronavirus) guidance
The National Association of Allotment Holders has issued the following advice to tenants:
- Keep hand sanitiser in your shed and wash your hands regularly.
- Use hand sanitiser before opening and closing any gate locks
- Observe 'Social Distancing' with each other (2-3 meters).
- Do not share tools
- Minimise the contact with each other for example no handshakes
- Do not wash your hands in water troughs
- We recommend that all communal facilities are closed.
- Get government guidance if you do need to clean an area that has been visited by an infected person.
- If you have livestock on the site and must visit twice a day, take a photograph on your phone of your livestock. Based on what is happening in other countries you may eventually have to print off a government form to leave the house but if challenged it would be good to be able to show a photograph of where you are going.
- Plan ahead to ensure that you have food and medication delivered to you during this time
- Stay away from vulnerable individuals such as the elderly and those with underlying health conditions as much as possible
- If you display any symptoms of coronavirus stay at home and self-isolate for at least 14 days or until your symptoms have passed.
The following allotment documents are available for download in PDF format
- Allotment rules
- Allotment Revenue Spend 2021 to date
- RHS Pesticides for Home Gardeners 2021
- Condition Survey 11 Feb 2022
- Allotment Site Secretaries Meeting 25 May 2021
- Notes of the Allotment Site Secretaries Meeting 23 Feb 2022
- Allotment tenancy May 2021
- Tenancy Situ table 8 Feb 2022
- Tree programme of works June 2021
- Tree Programme of Works 5 year programme 26 June 2019
- Allotments condition survey 6 June 2021