The Centre and Shop are still closed until further notice, but, subject to the availability of suitable volunteers, the Garage may be open from time to time for sales of compost etc during Shop hours. If this is possible, it may be arranged at short notice.
The Committee takes note of the Government's changing advice and developments in the law in England. That is not the only consideration. The law requires that things can be done safely, the Committee is concerned for the safety of all plotholders, and CPAGA's activities depend on the availability of volunteers who are willing and able to tak...
PROTECT YOURSELF & OTHERS | WASH YOUR HANDS MORE OFTEN FOR 20 SECONDS | Use soap and water or a hand sanitiser when you: get home or into work; blow your nose, sneeze or cough; eat or handle food. For more information and the Government's Action Plan go to nhs.uk/coronavirus.
Stay at home if you have coronavirus symptoms
Stay at home if you have either:
a high temperature – you feel hot to touch on your chest or back
a new, continuous cough – this means you've started coughing repeatedly
Many plotholders have been sent a Notice to Quit in error, on the mistaken basis of non-payment of allotment fees and charges for 2019/20.
Affected plotholders who have contacted idverde have been told that this was due to a known system error and a formal acknowledgement/apology will be sent to those affected. Notices to quit sent in error can be ignored.
Berkeley Homes have, again, kindly donated and delivered to the Site a number of pallets for the use of plotholders on their plots. Berkeley Homes are currently developing Wimbledon Hill Park on Copse Hill.
The delivery of about 16 palettes is to undeveloped Plot 111 beside the Cottenham Park Lane gate.
Wooden pallets have a number of potential uses on a plot, including building a compost bin - a vital feature to reduce valuable green waste leaving the Site. See the links page for links to advice about how to use pallets to build a bin. Berkeley Homes themselves have used other pallets to creat...
Sunday 1 December 2019 11.30 am
in the John Gray Centre
(the Shop will close at 11 am).
Please join us for a glass of mulled wine,
seasonal nibbles and festive garden cheer.
Food to share is very welcome or just come along!
You can also browse beautiful, affordable paintings, drawings and photographs to suit all tastes. Prices from as little as £ 20. A percentage of art sales will be donated to MertonVision, a local charity supporting visually impaired children and adults.
idverde, on behalf of Merton Council, has issued invoices for allotment fees and charges for the year ended 30 September 2020 (2019/20). They state that payment must be made by 30 November 2019. It has also given notice of rent rates (only) that will apply for 2020/21.
The invoices set out possible payment methods: bank transfer, by card by phone and by cheque. The Allotment Adminstrator has requested that plotholders pay by bank transfer if they can. Payment by card by phone is no longer accepted as a payment method.
The relevant bank account is set out in the invoices and plotholders should qu...
Berkeley Homes have kindly donated and delivered to the Site a number of pallets for the use of plotholders on their plots. Berkeley Homes are currently developing Wimbledon Hill Park on Copse Hill.
Wooden pallets have a number of potential uses on a plot, including building a compost bin - a vital feature to reduce valuable green waste leaving the Site. See the links page for links to advice about how to use pallets to build a bin. Berkeley Homes themselves are using other pallets to create benches for builders working at Wimbledon Hill Park.