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It seems that almost every human activity has a special day or week to celebrate its existence, and this week it's the turn of the Allotment holders! Let's raise a glass of carrot juice in recognition!

Joking aside, this week (14th-20th August) is National Allotments Week — for more details, see here

So it seems like a very good time to remind Haddenham residents who fancy a bit of the 'Good Life' that a few plots are currently available here in the village.

Plots are very reasonably priced, with a year's rent at £18 for 5 pole.

A five-pole plot (the standard size) is just £18 per annum — larger plots proportionately more.

If anyone is interested, please contact Alison Watt, the Allotment secretary

Email: haddenhamallotments@hotmail.com
Tel: 01844 292544 or 07985 921216

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