There are alarming reports of items going missing from plots this week and it essential that everyone keeps an eye out for anyone walking onto the site they think may be up to no good.
If it is not the case that opertune thieves have trespassed onto the site then the alternative is that we have thieves amongst us.
Continue reading “May’s Musings”
Trumpeted as the world’s most prestigious flower show, the Chelsea Flower Show opens next week and runs from Tuesday the 22nd to Saturday 26th May. General Public tickets are still available for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
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At a Committee meeting held on Thursday May 3rd, the following major projects were discussed.
Project Manager Wayne Arnett has received a quote from a well drilling company of £10,200 plus VAT, with a lifetime guarantee. They are happy to wait until we want to do it. (Previous quote was £15,000). This would come with a 1 horsepower pump which would fill an IBC in an hour and a half. An application to the Big Lottery will be necessary.
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They may look cute but mice can be devastatingly effective at reducing growing crops to mere stalks.
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May is a month when we can get caught out by late frosts, mini-droughts and heat waves so be sure to keep plants and seedlings well watered.
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We are once again experiencing drainage problems with the toilet and it has now been closed until we can get it sorted.
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Unlike Sideshow Bob in the Simpsons, standing on a rake really is no laughing matter as I found out last week when I stepped on my own which I’d carelessly discarded.
I compounded the felony by wearing inappropriate footwear. Skechers, although wonderfully comfortable, are no protection against the the sharp spikes of a rake.
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