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Annual Subscriptions

Subscription letters are on their way and our rents are due on 1 April. Please make every effort to pay these promptly (and remember that those of us above pension age are entitled to a 50% discount).

Lawnmower Care

The mowers are provided to help members keep their plots tidy. Please adjust the cutting height as appropriate before use, and empty the clippings basket return them in a clean state after use. They are one of the main expenditure items for the Committee and keeping them in good condition is in everyone’s interest.

Update from the Committee

April 2019


Annual General Meeting – The Association’s 45th Annual General Meeting was held on Thursday 14th March in the Jack Lee Hall, Woodside House.


Changes to the Committee   - Andrew Hepher had become Chairman in the middle of the year and was formally proposed and seconded to continue as Chairman. Andrew has taken the role from Philip Fotheringham who had had been a long-standing Chairman (and previously Treasurer) and, in recognition of this, proposed that Philip be made a Life-member of the Association 


Paul Davis, the Treasurer, had decided to step down from this position and Sam Hayton had agreed to take over the position of Treasurer. Our thanks go to Paul for his work on the Committee as both Treasurer, and for updating our web-site and email address.


Other existing members were re re-elected and Ian Cocksedge has agreed to join the Committee.


Annual Subscriptions - In order to balance income and expenditure for 2019/20, the Committee has deemed it necessary to raise the annual subscription for main tenants from £5 to £10. That for joint members and associate members will remain unchanged at £5.


Health and Safety – During the past year a Health and Safety policy had been set up for both sites, details of which were now on the website.


Social Activities – The barbecue has been a successful annual event and will be repeated in summer 2019. Members were invited to suggest additional social activities and we will keep you posted as these develop.


Guest Speaker - James Homer (Officer for Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council with responsibility for allotments) gave a talk explaining the problems for the Council in managing approximately forty five allotment sites in Welwyn/Hatfield.


(full minutes of the AGM have been sent to members and copies are available from the web-site)


Digswell – The next Work Parties is scheduled for Saturday 6 April – please help out if you can

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