30 Jun 2020The Edge Cafe on Mill Road needs your help.
22 Jun 2020Burnside burn-bin at 6pm on Monday 22nd June. Please dry items as long as possible on your own plot. Wait until 6pm on Monday before bringing items to the burn-bin. Loan wheelbarrows will be available.
For many years, Trevor Taylor, the Society's Honorary President, produced a regular allotment newsletter called Weeder’s Digest, which usually included growing tips, general allotment news and recipes. Here is our equivalent.
This page is an at-a-glance view of what is new, what is happening and, hopefully, what is interesting in the world of allotmenteering and of the Society. If there is anything you think we should be talking about, or anything you would like to contribute, let us know.
The Society page contains important documentation and details of your committee representatives.
Tips, recipes, personal experiences - all here
We always like to record events, people, plots, and the changing of the seasons in photographs. If you have any you'd like to display, let the webmaster know.
101 days since lockdown started.
115 days until British Summer Time ends.
The Society runs a Store, open now to early summer, selling allotment essentials at low prices.
This year, while coronavirus is a threat, only online orders will be taken.
The following are links to external web sites. Clicking on a link will open a new page and take you automatically to the site. We do not monitor these links and you follow them at your own risk. Please let us know if you think that a link is inappropriate.
If you have a favourite site which you think would interest others, please email
The NSALG has an active site with all sorts of useful tips and advice.
This is the place for all your allotment-related needs and offers. These can be anything from help, to equipment, to sheds and greenhouses, through to plants and produce.
Email the webmaster to post a notice, including what it is you are offering or want, a price, if appropriate, and how you may be contacted. Attach a photo if you would like that to be shown.
Aprons, lovingly hand-made by Jill from Burnside. Available from the Store for a minimum donation of £3Burnside Store29/04/2019
Yellow plastic trug - new. £9.50Burnside Store14/07/2018
Folding barrow - as new. £20Burnside Store14/07/2018
The store is located at the Burnside entrance to the Burnside site. It was revamped in 2017.
24th May 2020: The store is open, once again, for online orders only.
The process for placing your orders is detailed below. Everything is being done to provide as good a service as possible, whilst minimising any potential risks to all concerned.
For more information email the store manager
|Grow Organic 50L||£6.00 Sold out|
|Blended Farmyard Manure 40L||£5.00|
|Multi-Purpose Compost 75L||£5.50|
|Peat Free Organic Compost 60L||£6.00 Sold out|
|Clover Peat Free Organic Compost 40L||£4.50 Sold out|
|4 Plant Grow-Bag||£3.50 Sold out|
|Miracle Gro All Purpose Liquid Plant Food 1L||£4.00|
|Bird Netting (4m wide - per m)||£1.50|
|Standard Insect Mesh 1.3mm (3.6m wide - per m)||£4.00|
|Fine Insect Mesh 0.6mm (3.6m wide - per m)||£4.50 Sold out|
|MDPE pipe for netting loops (25mm - per m)||£1.00|
|125gsm weed control fabric (4m wide – per m)||£4.00|
|Extra-strong woven rubbish sacks||£1.00 each|
|Garden twine (plastic)||£2.50|
|6 inch weed fabric staples||20p ea|
|Tomorite tomato Feed 1L||£3.50|
|Maxicrop Organic Tomato Feed 1L||£6.25|
|Garden Twine (green)||£1.75 Sold out|
|Garden Twine (brown)||£2.00|
|Extra Thick Bamboo Canes 8ft||£2.50 Sold out|
|Thick Bamboo Canes 8ft||80p ea|
|Bamboo Canes 6ft||40p ea|
|Bamboo Canes 4ft||25p ea|
|Security clutch screws – prevent shed hinge removal||10p ea|
|Permanent marker for plant labels||£2.50|
|150mm white plant label x10||20p|
|17gsm Fleece (1.5m – per m)||20p|
|30gsm Fleece (3m – per m)||50p Sold out|
|Rock Dust 20kg||£10.00|
|Rock Dust 5kg||£3.00|
|OSMO PRO 4 Organic fertiliser 1kg||£1.50|
|Fish, Blood and Bone 1kg||£1.00|
|Chicken Pellets (6X) 1kg||£1.50|