August Newsletter and Special Bulletin about Free Compost are now available

We still seem to be having issues with our mailing list delivery of our Newsletter, which we hope to resolve shortly.

We still continue to hand-deliver paper copies to plot holders who do not have an Internet connection, as well as posting on the Official Facebook Group page and on the Notice Board by the main gate.

We encourage all tenants to ‘Opt-In‘ to our mailing list to receive their copies of the Monthly Newsletter and other publications by email.

You can now download your copy of the August Newsletter and Special Bulletin by clinking on each image below.

July Newsletter is now available

We have just published the July Newsletter via our mailing list.

We also continue to hand-deliver paper copies to plot holders who do not have an Internet connection as well as posting on the Official Facebook Group page and on the Notice Board by the main gate.

We encourage all Tenants to ‘Opt-In‘ to our mailing list to receive their copies of the Monthly Newsletter and other publications by email.

You can download your copy of the July Newsletter by clinking on the image below.

Fruit Trees & Bushes For Sale

The season for planting new Fruit Trees and Bushes is soon to be upon us. If you don’t want to miss out on some very good bargains, make your choices below and get your orders in as soon as possible to avoid missing that important planting period.

Click on the Image below to download your own Fillable-Form PDF Order Form.

Advice On The New Tenancy Agreement

Woodley Town Council has recently become aware that some tenants may not have fully understood or be totally compliant with the new Tenancy Agreement which came into effect in January 2022.

The Council and the Committee have put together a helpful guide to explain some of the mains points of this new tenancy agreement. You can down load a copy of the associated Special Bulletin by clicking on the image below.

Of course, if you have any questions you can contact us on the normal email at readingroadplots@woodley-allotments.org.uk or by using our website Contact Form.

June Newsletter Published

We have just published the June Newsletter using our new mailing list.

We also continue to hand-deliver paper copies to plot holders who do not have an Internet connection as well as posting on the Official Facebook Group page and on the Notice Board by the main gate.

We encourage all Tenants to ‘Opt-In‘ to our new mailing list to receive their copies of the Monthly Newsletter by email.

You can download your copy of the June Newsletter by clinking on the image below.

Scott Golding

We announced on Sunday 24th April that our chairman ‘Scott Golding’ lost his life after a short illness, which has absolutely devastated the committee and has left a huge hole in our hearts.

Scott our chairman and dear friend has been involved with the allotments at Reading Road for over 50 years, with Scott’s dad (Ernst) originally having an allotment and it was inevitable that his son Scott would soon follow his footsteps with his own plots for 40+ years.

Scott became more involved with the allotments and eventually took on the role as chairman, running the committee for over 10+ years.  Scott was an inspiration to many tenants and committee members with many achievements over his time as Chairman, one of those achievements was starting the Launchpad project at the site which has now grown in strength and enjoys corporates coming onto the site and the produce going to Readifood Bank.

Scott was always on hand to support and advise the new and older tenants with questions, hints and tips or just stopping for a catch up and seeing how everyone was, having that cheeky way to make you feel guilty if you couldn’t help with allotment events.

Scott always had a knack of getting things done e.g., the roads around the site and last year Scott managed to get the biggest turnout ever and the job was completed in record time.

The committee as I am sure a lot of the Tenants who knew him will sadly miss Scott but sending all our love and thoughts to his family.

Scott’s funeral will be held at Easthampton Park Crematorium (RG40 3DW), Braccan Chapel on Thursday 19th May at 14:30pm. This will be followed by a gathering at The Three Tuns Pubs (RG6 1LT) from 16:00 onwards.

Scott was cared for by the exceptional team at Sue Ryder in his final days and the family would love donations to go to their wonderful team. 

Please donate at scottgolding.muchloved.com