Who's plot
We lead busy lives so the chance of  meeting other allotmenteers from different parts of the allotment is very hit and miss. The map below helps you to link  people to their plot.

Click the name for a photo

 

Eastern:

West
Gate
Field
East
Gate
Chris S Charlie Dave C
Dave C
John        [Dave W
John Tony
John C        [Alan H
John Tony
Christine/ John  Dan [      John Richard Sch
Ray Ray Chris Richard Sch
Heather Alistair Chris Richard plant
Mel Maggie & George
Richard plant Richard plant
Leonard
Gareth Bob J Finn
Steve & Nicky
John D
Bob J Richard plant
Gordon John D Bob Bob J
Wendy Paul John? Bob J
Tony Paul Gareth Ken & Barbara
Path
Gordon Ken Ken & Barbara Car Park

Ken
Coventry Road

 

Western:

Field West
Gate
Howard Steve [  Ray?  Mick Mick&Wendy T
Debb
Brian  S
Robert
Steve
Path
Debb  [Steve
Brian  S
Mrs H D!!!
Steve
Houses
Gerry
Ross
Gerry
Lorna
Adam Path
Adam
Bill
Adam Nicola
Car Park
Coventry Rd

 

 

Wild Life
Without doubt the main bird considered by all as a nuisance is the pigeon which can play havoc with brassicas.  Rabbits until two years were a major headache if your fencing was not sound.
Moles do make an appearance on some plots and a few have been caught in mole traps.  Gordon caught a large one by this method. Many mice have been caught in traps in the autumn as they were nibbling harvested crops.  If you are lucky you may see a kestrel swoop down to catch a mouse in the open.

Snake man
Gareth had a good size clutch of grass snake eggs in his compost heap.  Grass snake eggs
A few weeks after hatching he came across a snake caught up in green netting.  Being a reptile himself he rescued the poor creature and sent it on its way
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