Allotment project

Our first visit to see the allotment

It all began one winters day when Border Links group decided it would be a good idea to start a new project that would benefit many people. So here we are, about to embark on our biggest project yet, we are starting to grow our own vegetables, herbs and flowers. We have sourced an allotment but we are starting from scratch.

We have put out a plea for help and are hoping to get donations of tools, equipment and hopefully some money to buy FloPlas Ground Grab tiles so that wheelchair users have access too.

We have a just giving page if you would like to donate some funds, you can do so by clicking on the link below:

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/borderlinksallotment2020

WE HAVE A SHED!!

Huge thanks to J T Doves for their amazing offer to supply us with a shed to keep our equipment in. The group met with Adam Purvis, the warehouse manager to thank him in person. We are so grateful to the generosity people have shown so far.

Berwick scooterists start preparing the allotment for landscaping


What would we do without them


Darin, Katherine and Giles watch the proceedings


Border Aggregates have donated some gravel


Up, up and away!!!


Lambro Landscapes deliver the greenhouse donated by Tom Butler

It's all hands on deck now

Tom looks on as Michael Elliot assembles the green house.

We can't thank Tom and Michael enough for their generosity.

Some of our donated items. Big thanks to Anne and another big thanks to Jean, Tommy & Stacey Howe for the wheelbarrow.

ALLOTMENT OUTLINE & PATH PLAN DRAWINGS.pdf