Enderby Allotment Society have announced the launch of their new website.
The group’s Enderby Allotment Committee organise the running of the allotments and meet once a month.
The Committee is made up of a small group of people who get together to talk about developments on the site, raising money for the up-keep of the allotments, and oversee how the money is spent.
Once a year – in October – the Society hold an Annual General Meeting where all members of the Society are invited.
The new website is nice and crisp and clear and serves as a virtual meeting place for members and anyone interested in the Society’s activities – extremely useful in view of the current restrictions on physical movement.
The website is growing organically (forgive the pun) with items of information and news being added regularly.
There is a ‘blog’ section through which members can communicate and ask questions, etc.
A statement on the website says “these days more people are showing an interest in growing vegetables on an allotment for a variety of reasons ranging from wanting to grow fresh produce free from commercial pesticides and with zero air miles, to reaping the physical and mental health benefits of working outdoors on the land and with nature.”
The website is viewable at http://www.enderbyallotments.org
Anyone who would like to rent a plot at Enderby Allotments can send an email to the Society at firstname.lastname@example.org