The committee would like to thank Barry South for all his contributions to the committee over the past few years
Treasurer and Burnside site co-manager: Matthew Whitelegg - Burnside
I started on the allotment in the Spring of 2009. Since then we have enjoyed abundant crops of bindweed and mare’s tail. As well as tending the plot I have the role of Burnside site manager along with Andy K. Over the years this has involved letting out plots to new tenants and generally working on the site as a whole.
Burnside site co-manager: Andy Kurdynowski - Burnside
I’ve had my plot on Burnside for about 12 years, starting as a complete allotment novice, and have been a member of the committee for much of that time. I am one of the two Burnside site managers, often spending too much time maintaining the site and not enough working my plot, but I do get enjoyment from both.
Committee member: Joan Bullock-Anderson - Burnside
I have had a half plot at Burnside since 2012. I still feel like a bit of a novice but I usually have the satisfaction of a glut from at least one crop per season. Anyone who wants to grow Jerusalem artichokes, please just ask!
I joined the Committee in 2016 and currently have responsibility for maintenance of the website.
I took on my plot in 2012, I think, as a complete novice vegetable grower, and through regular and intensive effort, it is quite productive. I joined the committee in 2013, and take minutes, provide refreshments, and do other tasks suited to my age and gender!
Committee member: John McGill - Burnside
I've had a plot at Burnside since about 2010 and have been on the committee since 2014. I've always found it a very friendly environment, with great collaboration among all other lot-holders.
Committee member: Maxim Scheremetjew - Burnside
I got a half plot for my partner's birthday in 2015 at Burnside, because we both love gardening and we got sick of starting from scratch every time we had to move house. Since then we've loved spending time outside on the plot, showing our two young kids how to grow different sorts of veggies. I joined the committee in 2017 to share my views on all the different topics with a key focus on the website.
Committee member: Jason Daff - Vinery
I joined the Vinery Road site in 2015 shortly after moving to Cambridge, but I’ve had several allotments previously in various parts of the country where I have lived for work or study. I’m still getting to grips with our very dry East Anglian climate, free-draining loamy soil and the various resident pests and diseases! I guess I am an allotment traditionalist;
I enjoy digging, 'ordinary' vegetables and growing in straight rows! Follow my horticultural exploits on Twitter @JasonDaff