2018 Season Coffee Shop

Due to popular demand, the Shed1 Coffee Shop will open Saturdays and Sundays for the remainder of the 2018 season.

10:00 Onwards

Members of the Church Crookham Allotments Association committee will open up and be on hand to serve coffee and tea from shed 1. The weekend sessions will also double as an opportunity for plot holders to get to know committee members and exchange help and advice with each other. If there is no committee member having coffee, please check their plots as having a chat is part of having an allotment. We are all here to help.

Seeds, plant-pots and plants will also be on sale. All proceeds will go to site funds.


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Annual General Meeting 2018

Andy Theaker writes..

The Allotments AGM is at the Church Crookham Community Centre on Friday 27th April at 7pm.

Church Crookham Community Centre, Boyce Road, Church Crookham, Fleet. GU52 8AQ
01252 626793

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Welcome

Church Crookham Allotments Association comprises all the allotment tenants at the Crookham Park allotments site. The group is responsible for representing the interests of the allotment tenants and seeking future improvements to the site. The Association will liaise with Church Crookham Parish Council and provide a support network to the Parish Council in their management of the site. Membership of the Association is a requirement of the Rules and Regulations for all tenants.

13rdThe allotments are owned by Church Crookham Parish Council which is responsible for the day to day management of the site including the waiting list and collection of rents from individual plot holders. The allotments were provided by Taylor Wimpey as part of the development of the old Queen Elizabeth Barracks where the Gurkha regiments were based until 2000.

Church Crookham Allotments Association is keen to promote the benefits of growing your own fruit and vegetables and wants to encourage people to take up a fork and spade.

 

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