This is a very sad blog post to have to write.
Due to my move to Dorset soon, my plot, sadly has to go & I have already given written notice to the council, that it will be available from June 7th.
I have been visiting the site most mornings, at around 6am for an hour each time, to clear the Shed and the Greenhouse, which are both now sold to a fellow allotmenteer who has a plot at the other end of the site.
Today I went down there to take the sign off the shed door "Dig For Victory" and the spade knocker too. I also had help from Arthur to take the top from the milk urn that has my plot number on it (so it was my plot marker) and he also managed to de load it from all the stones that were inside, keeping it weighed down and "un - thief-able" (if that is a word)
I collected my deposit from the chap buying the shed and greenhouse whilst my neighbour on the plot one down, said he would empty my water butt for me - very kind of him as I didn't think about that as its going as part of the G/House.
All I have left to do is to visit next Sunday or Monday to dig out my Onions and Garlic.
I have had some lovely, lovely times at that allotment site and met some very very nice people there too.
It's very sad to have to leave it behind, excited as I am about the move.
Sorry there are no pictures - it's too horrible to take them and to look at the condition it's in now.
I would rather remember it as it was.