On Saturday 9th June, plotholders came together to start our work on revitalising the wildlife area. 15 people volunteered, clearing years of growth, digging beds and planting shrubs, perennials and wildflowers. Chairman Daniel Barrington said “It was such a great day, people coming together and getting stuck in. You can […]
The small woodland area behind plots 60, 61 and 42 was developed in 2008 into a prime wildlife habitat to encourage a wide variety of birds, plants and insects.
Since the AGM we have been awarded 3 grants. One from the Councillors Community Initiative fund to create a wildlife area at the back of the site and three from Liverpool City Council to build a raised bed in front of the car park area, lay a pathway in and […]
The Communal allotment project was developed by the allotments secretary Daniel Barrington in partnership with Liverpool City Council and the Liverpool Primary Care Trust.
The show shed was originally built in Canada in 1941 and shipped to England as a flat pack kit. It was bought by the association in 1954/55 for £100 from an army camp in Huyton and it was erected in 1957. The show shed had seen a lot of use over the years as a meeting place and for the Annual Flower Shows that the Association used to hold.