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  • Wahey, Offer and contracts were sent out to me yesterday for my Allotment

    The offer and contracts for plot 42b at Allotment Gardens were posted to you yesterday.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

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    So now I am thinking well cr*p.... I was expecting to be waiting another couple of years lol....
    I still have to go and view the plot yet but I will grab some pictures when I do and until then my minds in overdrive!
    My new Blog.

    http://jamesandthegiantbeetroot.blogspot.com

  • #2
    Nice one, Enjoy this moment.........
    sigpic“Gorillas are very intelligent, but they don't have to be as delicate as chimps -- they can just smash open the termite nest,”
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    • #3
      How exciting!
      You did of course mean "crop", Jamesy
      A Chicken walks with small steps. Be more Chicken
      https://gardenchicken.blogspot.com/
      @realveggiechicken

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      • #4
        Congratulations. Enjoy the moment - now begins the hard work

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        • #5
          Well done. All the hard slog will be worth it in the end!
          A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows

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          • #6
            And just think Jamesy, it'll have a built in pond. Well most of them do these days........
            sigpic“Gorillas are very intelligent, but they don't have to be as delicate as chimps -- they can just smash open the termite nest,”
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            Sent from my ZX Spectrum with no predictive text..........
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            KOYS - King Of Yellow Stickers..............

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            • #7
              Yes Crop, that's it
              My new Blog.

              http://jamesandthegiantbeetroot.blogspot.com

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jamesy_uk View Post
                Yes Crop, that's it
                I know Hope you'll have lots of it - I mean them
                A Chicken walks with small steps. Be more Chicken
                https://gardenchicken.blogspot.com/
                @realveggiechicken

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                • #9
                  Congratulations! Start collecting cardboard to put over the weeds..............
                  Ali

                  My blog: feral007.com/countrylife/

                  Some days it's hardly worth chewing through the restraints!

                  One bit of old folklore wisdom says to plant tomatoes when the soil is warm enough to sit on with bare buttocks. In surburban areas, use the back of your wrist. Jackie French

                  Member of the Eastern Branch of the Darn Under Nutter's Club

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                  • #10
                    Luckily I work in a school doing IT, I can scavenge their Skip for old cardboard etc without looking like a homeless man building a house.
                    If this had happened this time last year we had 210 laptops delivered and I'd be swimming in it.
                    My new Blog.

                    http://jamesandthegiantbeetroot.blogspot.com

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                    • #11
                      Congratulations your head must be full of ideas and plans just now

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                      • #12
                        Jamesy are you insinuating I look like a homeless person then.......I'll have you know I didn't go skipdiving for my cardboard...........I went to the bottle shop and discovered they don't open at 9 am So had to go around the rural shops and all begging instead!
                        Gardening is good for the soul isn't it?
                        Ali

                        My blog: feral007.com/countrylife/

                        Some days it's hardly worth chewing through the restraints!

                        One bit of old folklore wisdom says to plant tomatoes when the soil is warm enough to sit on with bare buttocks. In surburban areas, use the back of your wrist. Jackie French

                        Member of the Eastern Branch of the Darn Under Nutter's Club

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                        • #13
                          Well one thing I already decided was my son is going to have his own little slice of the allotment, he is only 2 and half but like they say start them young . With the way my wife and I work the only way I will get to the allotment in the week apart from thursdays is to bring him with me as I do days and my wife works nights.
                          My new Blog.

                          http://jamesandthegiantbeetroot.blogspot.com

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                          • #14
                            Congratulations Jamesy.

                            I just got my plot on Sunday, and I am still a little shell shocked wondering how on earth I am going to find stuff to fill it all with.

                            I am reliably informed that it soon gets over full, though.

                            Andy
                            http://vegpatchkid.blogspot.co.uk/ Latest Blog Entries Friday 13 Mar 2015 - Sowing Update

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                            • #15
                              Congratulations, here's to the hard work and total satisfaction. Hope you son just loves it and comes home covered in soil every time!!
                              If the river hasn't reached the top of your step, DON'T PANIC!

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