allotment


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Allotments managed by a council annually produce food worth more than PS4.3 million, according to a report.
Simon Brown from the Kingsway Allotments Association said: "Kingsway Allotments is the only fully self managed allotment colony in Chester having taken over from the council over five years ago.
Campaigners proved in court that the land was appropriated during the Second World War for allotment use and that that provision was made permanent in the 1950s.
Housing plot allotments in the governorates of Muscat and Dhofar increased by 14.7 per cent and 1,104.2 per cent to 1,377 and 867 plots, respectively, during the five-month period of 2018.
The Nuns Moor allotments in Fenham were closed in 2015 over contamination fears and the plots were razed to the ground.
The final allotment letters will be issued on approval of Lay Out Plan (LOP) and completion of development work of the scheme.
But this will mean you're stuck with an allotment which will need a lot of TLC.
Every allotment society is responsible for the allocation of allotment plots and, if they have one, they must manage their waiting list.
' Where should we go, with whom we should take up our crucial problem, where should we live now when our husbands have died and CDA has also deprived us of plots by slapping ban on allotment of plots', said a group of widows of affectees.
Stockton and Billingham have seen 12 burglaries at allotments since January this year.
You can get the whole family |involved with planting and maintaining an allotment plot and it could even be a community project.
Officers in Chester-le-Street are hoping to sign up members from all 24 allotment associations in the area to the Allotment Watch scheme.