Friday, 29 July 2011

Forthcoming events - Open Days and boot sale in August

Nairn Allotment Society have a busy programme of events in August starting with their open day at Sandown on Sunday the 7th. There will be the usual range of stalls and tea/coffee available.

On Sunday 14th the event will be repeated down at the new allotments in Mill Road. Both events run from midday to four o’ clock. Your chance to see the new site and perhaps pick up a few gardening tips. Perhaps you would like to help the Society in its campaign to get more allotments in Nairn or would even like a plot yourself. If so please come along for a chat with the membership at either of the open days.

Then on Sunday the 21st the Society will be holding a car boot sale at the Maggot Car Park. A chance there to sell a few spare items for cash. A pitch for your car will cost £5 but no traders please. Again the event will run from 12.00 - 16.00.

The allotment society look forward to seeing you at the 3 August events. For further details or to book a space at the boot sale contact infor@nairnallotments.org

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

the a team strike again

last night we had other working group on the sandown site and got a good bit done many thanks too you all, just goes too show when you all work together you can get a lot done still some work too get it finished but we get their in the end, got some weeding done on my own plot tonight the weather over the few days has made the weeds grow like mad.

Friday, 15 July 2011

working groups at sandown

this week has been very busy for us at sandown we have had two working groups down too help out with two of the plots, and tremendous amount of work was done many thanks too those who helped us with this task some good allotment spirit shown and again other aspect of allotment life folk getting too know one other while helping someone else out good too see folks, the weather was kind too us for both of nights and again many thanks too mandy and karen for the teas and coffee very much appreciated by all on both nights, word has it the two of you are starting a tearoom on the site we will never get our plots done. lol
once again many thanks folks

garden club vist

last night we had our local garden club come and vist us at sandown allotments the weather was kind too us, and a lot of positive comments from the group which was very encouraging for us and shows we are moving in the right direction in the way we are running the site at sandown and also our new site at millroad, the garden club will support us in our efforts as we will support them were we can one of the ways we can do this is too support their annual flower show which is on the 13th august, we need too keep these local shows going the farmers show has an allotment section in it so why not have go at that one as well. thanks too mandy and karen for the teas and coffee and home bakes spot on with that a great night was had by one and all.

Thursday, 14 July 2011

Opening day Mill Road - Carol's pictures

Nairn Show Schedules

Members wishing to participate in the Horticultural or flower sections or any other section of the Nairn Show can find schedules here. Contact Karen to see about getting your items to the show if you are unable to deliver yourself.

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

The buffet looked fab and a great day was had by all

Who is the bonnie lot on the front of this weeks Nairnshire. ohh that would be us. a huge thank you to all involved in open day from both sites. a huge thank you for all donations, the buffet looked fab and a great day was had by all.thank you all once again. the committee.

Now its time to whip Sandown into shape for open day.


Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Recyling ethos to the fore at Mill Road

Munntir nan lios a' toirt taic do chac a chèile -
Pictures from Carol, she says: "Simply a good example of us all working together to help each other. This beautiful wee shed is built from scratch using re-cycled wood. The finished product is superb!"

Monday, 4 July 2011

Erection of polytunnels

Judging the plots 2011

This years judges will be Colin Green and John Crossman and they will be having a look at the plots on the 17th and 18th of this month. Prizes as usual for the best plot and the most imporved plot. Good luck everyone!