Hoole Allotments and Gardens 

£10 notes

As from the 1st March 2018 the old £10 ceases to be legal tender, so you can't spend it in out shop or any shop on the high street. You will only be able to use the new plastic £10 notes. If you find you still have a few old £10 notes, take them to the post office or your nearest bank and exchange them.


Not a nice word to use, but there have been some reports in the last few days from plot holders that some items have been removed from their plots by persons unknown and without permission. They have not been returned. At least one wheel barrow has vanished and even some paving slabs!

It is quiet on the allotments at the moment, so please put as much as you can away safely and keep an eye out! Please report any suspicious happenings to HAGA. Use the contact us page on our web site or contact your sector rep.

The Trading Hut

Seed potatoes are now in. See the trading hut page for details.

HAGA subscriptions

These are due and can be paid in the shop. We have had a price freeze on subscriptions and they are held at last years prices.

£6.00 Tenants and £3.00  for Gardeners 

Skips in February 2018

The skips are now full. 

ACCEPTABLE -  timber (short lengths), plastic, carpet, ground cover, glass paint tins/(empty/set), bricks/blocks/stones ( small quantities).

NOT ACCEPTABLE – ‘Hazardous’, asbestos, tyres, chemicals, fuel, chip/plasterboard, ‘green waste’(compost, or take home), metal (leave in
stack on car park), hardcore (leave in stack if suitable for road repairs),
stuff from Home!.

To prevent unauthorised use, the skips will be lockable, and only opened when HAGA plotholders are in attendance to supervise. Details of ‘opening times’ will be published nearer the time.


There has been a comment added to our Guest Book regarding cats on the allotment. Please read the sections "Criminal Damage 1971" & "The Common Law Duty of Care" at this web link.


Dogs on the allotments

Dogs are welcome on the allotments as long as they are with their owners and are under control. In all public areas they should be on a lead.

Take a look at this link to Controlling your dog in public

Recently we have had a few incidents where a dog has wandered off around the allotments and has caused some damage to plots. Take a look at the pictures below.

Hoole Street Festival - Haga Stall

The new HAGA signs are really good, we were noticed!

The perfect tenant

Who's sector is this on?

Not sure what to do on the plot this month?

Why not take a look at this handy web site, it is simple but gives some good guidance.

My Allotment Garden

100th Anniversary Open Day Sunday 16th July - Success 

About 500 people attended and the weather was fantastic, we all had a great day.

Also check out the Red Barrows."OFFICIAL" video

 Also look on the Gallery page

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