These plants, outside the shed on Plot 31, are going free.
On offer are:
Crimson Crush tomatoes (outdoor, blight-resistant); Redskin peppers; Black Beauty aubergine; Moneymaker aubergine: Gherkin National; Delistar cucumber; Waltham butternut squash; Uchiki Kuri squash; Cape gooseberries; a blackcurrant bush; horseradish.
Please help yourself if you want any of them. Please return all the pots.
If you have any plants or garden equipment which you would like to give away or sell please contact the secretary, Anna Clayton, at email@example.com so they can be listed on this website.
Just to remind you about the plant sale taking place on Saturday from 10am to noon at the nursery of Denis Vickers, our allotment competition judge, at Beacon Lane, Woodnesborough, CT13 0PB.
Payment for any plants you buy must be in cash or by cheque.
Various tools and bits and pieces, including an adjustable trowel and forks, are on offer free of charge.
You can find them on Plot 12 to the left of the greenhouse.
These tomato, chilli and aubergine plants need a new home!
Tomatoes: Mountain Magic; Rosella; San Marzano; Zlatava; Carbon; Wapsipinicon Peach.
Chillies: Cascabel; Padron; Cayenne.
Aubergine: Black Beauty.
They are just inside the door of the greenhouse on Plot 31. `Help yourself if you want any of them. Please return the pots.
A quick reminder that the April plot inspections will take place next week.
Also, please don’t forget that the rules say you can’t have a bonfire at the site between April 1 and September 30..
There are still some maincrop seed potatoes available, at £1.20 per kg, from the site shop..
If you want some, please speak to Terry Johnson (plot 18) or Ron Barton (plot 22B).
The hugely popular Deal Hop Farm is preparing for its sixth season, offering the chance for new people to join in.
About 250 people in and around Deal, including a number here on our allotments, already take part in this community project, growing hops which are then brewed into a variety of beers by Time and Tide Brewing.
If you are interested in joining, come along to the season launch at The Lighthouse, The Strand, Walmer, on Wednesday, February 2 at 6.30pm.
For more information visit
This metal fencing is being offered free of charge. It is about 6ft tall and 19ft long.
If you want it please collect it from plot 64a.
*Sorry, the fence has gone.
The seed potatoes have arrived and are ready for collection.
Your orders can be picked up from the large container on Saturday between 10am and noon.
Please bring your payment with you – £2.40 per 2kg pack.
If you can’t make it on Saturday you’ll be able to pick them up from Terry Johnson during the week.
The funeral of long-standing plotholder Mary Tester is due to take place at Barham on Wednesday, December 29 at 2pm, followed by a wake at Betteshanger Bowling Club, Cavell Square.
Mary’s partner, John Chidwick, says anyone who knew her will be welcome at either event.
The hearse will drive past the allotments at about 1.15pm if anyone would like to pay their respects there.