What is the Partnership?
Ealing Allotments Partnership is a community-led group with an elected management team, working with the council on behalf of all allotment tenants in the borough. Using its independent status, the Partnership can apply for grants to develop and improve allotment facilities; support and encourage local community involvement on allotments through helping gardeners to improve their own sites and in addition the most crucial objective of the Partnership, is to maintain and develop Ealing's Sustainable Allotment Strategy ensuring a positive and safe future for allotments in Ealing.
All tenants of Ealing allotment sites are automatically members of the Partnership. Whether you are simply interested in improving your own plot; or working on a project at your site, the Partnership is here to help you. If you have a broader interest, you might want to join the Executive Committee and turn your expertise to the support of allotments generally and you are certainly encouraged to come to the annual meeting where you will find a welcome from people across the borough, each with ideas on some aspect of allotmenteering.
Officers for 2016-17
Chair: Joseph Mangar (Horsenden; Whitton Place)
Treasurer: Simon Higginson (High Lane)
Secretary: John Bradley (Blondin)
Grape and Honey Farm - help needed
HAAGA (Horsenden Alltoment & Garden Association) need your support reclaiming delict land to create a Grape and Honey Farm that doubles as an education facility for local schools and families. The site is located off Whitton Avenue, North Greenford
The profit will be a community feel good factor and produce given to local schools, families, hospitals or community groups (like the scouts).
You can pledge time to clear and cultivate the site, and/or donations towards the £37,000 needed.
Local Events summer 2017
The Mikron Theatre company will be returning to Framfield on 17th June, at 1:00PM. Dryden Ave gate, W7 1ES
Saturday, 8th July: HAAGA Summer Show
Saturday, 2nd September HAAGA Autumn Show
Sunday, 3rd September Jubilee Road Open Day
Saturday, 9th September Ealing and Hanwell Allotment Association Show
Contact site managers for more information.
Ealing Council Revised Tenancy Agreement and Advice
February 2017, Ealing Council released revised allotment tenancy agreement. The PDF document linked here (1mb) incorporates:
- Allotment Tenancy Agreement
- Allotment Health and Safety
- Allotment Rules
If required, Site Managers may wish to contact the Council for printed copies.
The rules and guidance are regularly reviewed. Please check with Council for latest version.
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