News of our borehole project has reached an international audience thanks to NAS President Phil Gomersall’s piece on the website of The Office International du Coin de Terre et des Jardins Familiaux.
The International Office encompasses the national allotment federations from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great-Britain, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.
Allotment withdrawal involves feelings of anxiety, pressure or wanting that occurs when one hasn’t had a fix of gardening or going to an allotment for a longer period of time than expected. Said by someone at some point, somewhere… Probably.
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The year is coming to an end and the shortest day is in this month, which heralds the slow advance towards next season. So take a bit of time to reflect on your successes and to consider what went wrong with some crops. Always remember that there are no failures in gardening, it is always down to the weather, furry things or if all else fails Acts of God. Allow yourself a little relaxing time around the New Year and be ready to hit the ground running in 2020.