Photography competition winners
We received some fabulous entries for the children’s photography competition, which we ran over the summer. Steve Pound had the difficult task or choosing the winners. Congratulations to Szymon and Leonardo, winners of the Allotment View category, and to Tom, Isabella and Amberlilly, winners of Nature on the Allotments!
We are delighted to announce the first harvest of honey from the Framfield Allotments community bees. They have not only been busy pollinating your crops but also making lots of honey, which won first prize at the Ealing and Hanwell Allotment Association show. There is a limited quantity of honey available for sale on a first-come, first-served basis, one jar per plot holder in the first instance. You may put your name down for more if we have any spare. The honey will be on sale in the kitchen on Sunday 17 September 2017 between 10am and 11am. Price per 12oz (340g) jar is £7 and all proceeds will go towards the maintenance of the bees. If you are unable to make this date and would like to be added to the reservation list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to Lasa (Plot 158).
Framfield features in BBC World Service advert
Last week we had some unusual visitors at the allotments. They included a Siberian orchestra, astronauts and a dinosaur. There was even an eathquake. No, it wasn’t the AGM, we were hosting a crew filming an advert for the BBC World Service. Sosh and Indranie’s plots (75 and 77) were chosen for a starring role.