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    •  
    • Where?
      • Dene Place West Horsley, KT24
      • Old walled garden
      • Adjacent field for allotments
      • A Project of Two Halves
      • Allotments – individual activity
      • Community garden – collective activity
    • Allotments DENE PLACE ALLOTMENTS Parish Council WEST HORSLEY PARISH COUNCIL
    • 20+ proposed allotments
    • Leasing an allotment
      • Allotments leased direct from Grace and Flavour
      • Parish Councils channel applications and manage waiting list
        • priority to local residents
      • Allotments are for growing fruit, veg, flowers for personal and family use only
      • Annual rent £20-£25 for a 100sqm allotment
      • Lease based on national standard allotment contract
        • renewable in September each year
      Apply To Your Local Parish Council
    • Community Garden
      • Aim for Community garden: emphasis on community benefits
      • Produce good, low cost fruit & veg.
      • Low carbon footprint
      • Self funding
    • Community garden – who do we want?
      • Everyone with enthusiasm
      • Expertise not necessary but very welcome
      • Willing to work
      • Willing to learn
      • Be part of a team
      • Lots of jobs other than
      • gardening
    • Community garden – initial plan
      • location
    • Community garden –planning & organisation
      • Divide the garden into 4/5 sectors with gardener. Examples – organic area, herbs, salad leaves, roots, pods, squashes, onions, brassicas, etc.
      • Members express preference or don’t care
      • Gardeners determine work and place list on notice board in polytunnel
      • Members arrive and carry out work and record it in a log inc. time spent and mark it done/½ done etc. on notice board list.
    • Future Plans /Questions
      • www.graceandflavour.org/