Minutes of the 49th Annual General Meeting

Held 4 March 2014

Associations present as recorded in the Attendance Book.

The President, Tom Douglas, was unwell and unable to attend. Alderman Peter Woods formally opened the meeting and welcomed the members.

Apologies for absence

 Received from the President, Foxbury, Bull Lane, Halls Farm, Councillor Ellie Harmer, Pauline Ramus, Anne Schuman and Messrs Ashford, Lorenzo White and Jansen.

Minutes of the 48th Annual General Meeting

Minutes of the 48th Annual General Meeting were accepted.

Matters Arising

 None

Chairman’s Report

 The Chairman reported on the following:

  • The number of vacancies had started to grow – possibly connected with the exceptional weather over the last year. Efforts must be made to achieve higher levels of lettings – failure to do so will increase the vulnerability of the sites to other uses.
  • A growing number of associations had succeeded in obtaining grants for site improvement – mainly provision of WCs – with help from Amy Rogers and Lorraine Courtenay to whom our thanks must go.
  • A number of grievance arbitrations had arisen in the last few months. The Chairman thanked Lynda Townley and Clive Randell for representing the Federation in these cases.
  • It was proposed that a further training session be arranged to look at the grievance procedure and other issues, the previous training session having proved to be very helpful. It was likely that this could be held at Dorset Road, and as an evening rather than afternoon session. The issue of safe use of machinery and equipment had been raised recently and referred to the Consultative Panel with a request for specific advice. The matter had been discussed at a Panel meeting; there was no firm conclusion or advice, but there was a presumption that most associations have rules in place which apply to the use of machinery. It would be useful to hear from associations what those rules are, and the Federation might in due course issue a guidance note.
  • Marion Spicer, with help from others, had again worked hard to pull together the annual competition and reception, and consideration continued to be given by the Federation as to how best to organise these in the future.

The Chairman concluded by giving his customary thanks to all those who helped in making the operation of the allotments and leisure gardens system in Bromley so successful – in particular the councillor Panel members for their continued support, Patrick Phillips and his team, the Federation Treasurer, Secretary and President, fellow Panel members and last but not least the Federation members who make the efforts worthwhile.

 Secretary’s Report

 The Secretary, first picked up on two points that the Chairman had made:

  1. Vacancies

We had ‘enjoyed’ a period, during the recession, of full sites and waiting lists. A combination of the improving economy and deteriorating weather meant however that we could not assume that full sites would be a permanent feature.

These factors had to be combined with the ever-increasing scrutiny of the use of council assets and of local authority expenditure.

We may therefore have returned to the situation of a few years ago – a need to maximise the use of our land and justify our keeping it. The expiry of the site leases in a few years’ time may give us even more cause to focus our efforts.

  1. Administration and arbitrations

Some of the problems caused had undoubtedly been due to insufficient paperwork. For example some associations had seen first-hand the problems of tenants not having signed tenancy agreements or where proper procedures were not followed. This had been addressed in the last training session and would be included again in the further session now proposed.

In reply to an invitation to comment on the website, Tim Lund explained that this had just been switched over to WordPress – a new way of generating websites used by most organisations.  The new site would have the facility for emailing associations direct without revealing their email address and will enable some documents to be kept away from public access and available to Federation members only – he would shortly circulate a single common log in/password for this. We should aim for the site to be a source of reference and information for members and a means of contact and information for the public. He would be happy to speak to any associations who wish to put news and other items on the website, and associations were asked to let him know of changes to their main contacts.

On behalf of all of the members, the Secretary thanked the Chairman and Treasurer as always for their dedication and professionalism.

Treasurer’s Report

 The Treasurer reported that the various payments due from associations were easier to manage now that there was a single spreadsheet showing a single payment per association. Members should bear in mind that there is a penalty for late payment.

The audited accounts for 2013/2014 were circulated at the meeting and it was proposed and seconded, and agreed unanimously, that they should be adopted. The Treasurer thanked Mary Dawe who had stepped in and assisted with the auditing.

The reception had been arranged for 9 October at Crofton Main Hall, Orpington. The buffet would be bought from Marks and Spencer or Waitrose, which would be cheaper than in previous years and would give more flexibility. The cost of the hall would be around £125 – £150, plus £25 for hire of the PA system and an additional charge for use of the kitchen. Stephen Tickner and Sue Holland would judge the competition together with assistance from our external judge. Two members of Southlands Road would assist with the organisation this year with a view to taking this over next year.

Thanks were extended to the Treasurer for the clarity of the accounts and for immense amount of work on the reception and competition.

Election of Officers

 It was noted that Marion Spicer wished to stand down as Vice Chair. There being no other nominations, Clive Randell was elected as Vice Chair.

There being no new nominations for the other positions, the Officers for the coming year were re-elected as follows:-

Chairman                   Mr J Penney

Hon Secretary            Mr A M Chase

Hon Treasurer            Ms M Spicer

Auditors                      Mary Dawe and Mr K Rodwell

The existing Consultative Panel members were also re-elected.

Extraordinary Item – Report of Recent Panel Meeting

 The Chairman reported on matters discussed at the last Consultative Panel meeting.

Any Other Business

 It was noted that one of the judges on BBC 2’s Great Allotment Challenge, filmed last year but due to be shown later this year, is Jim Buttress, an ‘old friend’ of the Federation. Sheila Simner had an application form for this year for anyone interested, but the filming location is in Reading.

In response to a question from a member association the Secretary explained the background to the ‘levy’ payable by each association to the Council.  This had in essence been a means of enabling the Council to achieve a required £5,000 reduction in its allotments budget, agreed by the Federation membership as preferable to other proposed means of achieving the saving.

It was agreed that Clive Watson should arrange for re-plating of the Douglas Cup which was beginning to look very worn.

Payments due for 2015

SITE AREA (Ha) (RENT 2013) RENT 2014) RENT 2015 BALGF FEE COMPETITION LEVY 2014/15 TOTAL DUE
Abbots Way 2.18 £63.87 £64.57 £15.00 £35.00 £160.39 £274.96
Adams Road 0.24 £7.35 £7.43 £15.00 £17.66 £40.08
Alders (Kings Hall) 1.00 £30.62 £30.96 £15.00 £73.57 £119.53
Aylesford Avenue 1.12 £34.30 £34.68 £15.00 £82.40 £132.08
Barnmead Road 1.72 £52.67 £53.26 £25.00 £126.55 £204.80
Beck Lane 2.75 £84.22 £85.15 £15.00 £25.00 £202.33 £327.48
Beckenham & District £0.00 £0.00 £15.00 £0.00 £0.00 £15.00
Beckenham Lane 0.25 £7.66 £7.74 £15.00 £15.00 £18.39 £56.14
Belmont Lane 1.82 £55.73 £56.34 £15.00 £15.00 £133.90 £220.25
Biggin Hill 1.72 £52.67 £53.26 £15.00 £25.00 £126.55 £219.80
Bourne Vale 1.28 £39.18 £39.62 £15.00 £15.00 £94.17 £163.79
Bull Lane 1.50 £45.94 £46.45 £15.00 £25.00 £110.36 £196.81
Chelsfield 1.47 £45.03 £45.53 £15.00 £25.00 £108.15 £193.68
Dorset Road 2.89 £88.51 £89.49 £15.00 £25.00 £212.63 £342.12
Elmstead Lane 1.04 £31.85 £32.20 £15.00 £15.00 £76.52 £138.72
Eynsford Close 0.79 £24.19 £24.46 £15.00 £15.00 £58.12 £112.58
Farnborough Hill 2.28 £69.83 £70.60 £15.00 £35.00 £167.75 £288.35
Forster Road 1.69 £51.76 £52.33 £25.00 £124.34 £201.67
Foxbury 0.51 £15.62 £15.79 £15.00 £15.00 £37.52 £83.31
Goddard Road 1.21 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00 £0.00
Halls Farm 1.99 £60.93 £61.61 £15.00 £35.00 £146.41 £258.02
Harvington 0.61 £18.68 £18.89 £15.00 £44.88 £78.77
Hillcrest 0.39 £11.94 £12.07 £15.00 £15.00 £28.69 £70.76
Homesdale Road 0.52 £15.93 £16.11 £15.00 £15.00 £38.26 £84.36
Holy Trinity 0.37 £11.34 £11.46 £15.00 £27.22 £53.69
Hook Farm 0.45 £13.78 £13.93 £15.00 £15.00 £33.11 £77.04
Horsell Gardens 0.22 £6.74 £6.82 £15.00 £0.00 £16.19 £38.01
Jubilee Park 0.20 £6.12 £6.19 £15.00 £0.00 £14.71 £35.90
Kent House Leisure Gardens 2.36 £72.28 £73.08 £15.00 £35.00 £173.63 £296.72
Kent House Road 3.63 £93.08 £94.11 £15.00 £25.00 £267.07 £401.18
Lennard Road 1.02 £31.23 £31.58 £25.00 £75.04 £131.62
Lower Chesham 0.57 £17.45 £17.64 £15.00 £15.00 £41.94 £89.58
Lower Road 1.92 £58.80 £59.46 £15.00 £25.00 £141.26 £240.72
Maberley Road 0.97 £29.71 £30.04 £15.00 £25.00 £71.37 £141.40
Mead Road 0.66 £20.22 £20.45 £15.00 £15.00 £48.56 £99.00
Millwood Road 1.21 £37.05 £37.47 £15.00 £15.00 £89.02 £156.49
Pickhurst Green 1.04 £31.86 £32.21 £15.00 £25.00 £76.52 £148.73
Pine Walk 2.26 £69.20 £69.97 £15.00 £25.00 £166.27 £276.25
Poverest 4.51 £138.12 £139.65 £15.00 £35.00 £331.81 £521.47
Ravensbourne 0.41 £12.56 £12.70 £15.00 £15.00 £30.16 £72.87
Rosemount 0.62 £14.49 £14.65 £15.00 £15.00 £45.62 £90.26
Roslin Way 1.52 £46.55 £47.07 £15.00 £15.00 £111.83 £188.90
Sandford Road 0.58 £17.77 £17.97 £15.00 £15.00 £42.67 £90.64
Sandringham Road 0.20 £6.12 £6.19 £15.00 £0.00 £14.71 £35.90
Shortlands 0.20 £6.12 £6.19 £15.00 £14.71 £35.90
Southlands Road 3.77 £115.47 £116.75 £15.00 £35.00 £277.37 £444.12
Tugmutton 1.06 £32.46 £32.82 £15.00 £25.00 £77.99 £150.81
Turpington Lane 1.50 £45.93 £46.44 £15.00 £25.00 £110.36 £196.80
Upper Chesham 0.39 £11.94 £12.07 £15.00 £15.00 £28.69 £70.76
West Wickham (Hawes Lane) 3.20 £98.00 £99.09 £15.00 £35.00 £235.43 £384.52
Wickham Road 1.90 £58.18 £58.82 £35.00 £139.79 £233.61
Widecombe Road 0.95 £29.10 £29.42 £15.00 £15.00 £69.89 £129.31
Willow Grove 0.51 £15.62 £15.79 £15.00 £15.00 £37.52 £83.31
Total 67.96 £2,055.76 £2,078.58 £1,030.00 £5,000.02

Payment should be made by 30 June 2015 at the latest.

The Federation’s Constitution imposes a financial penalty for late paymentCheques to be made payable to Bromley Allotments & Leisure Gardens Federationand given to the Treasurer at a meeting or sent by post to:

The Treasurer BALGF, 8 The Avenue, Bickley BR1 2BT

Waiting lists and Vacancies, Jan 2015

Site Number of Plots (2005 survey) Current no. of plots Number on waiting list Vacancies Comment Information updated 
Abbots Way      152 153 0 0   01/09/14
Beck Lane 100   10 5   26/01/15
Adams Road 19 19 0 0   20/01/15
Alders (Kingshall Road) 40 40 2 0   20/01/15
Aylesford 26 26 0 5   20/01/15
Barnmead Road        80 80 12 5   20/01/15
Forster Road 67 67 6 3 + 4 being reclaimed 20/01/15
Harvington 46 46 2 0 20/01/15
Lennard Road 52 52 12 8   20/01/15
Shortlands 16 16 0 2   20/01/15
Wickham Road 110 110 11 5   20/01/15
Beckenham Lane 15   14 6* *4 half plots + 2 under renovation  
Belmont Lane 44   2 2   11/09/14
Biggin Hill 85 87 0 2   07/11/14
Turpington Lane 70 77 0 9   28/01/15
Hook Farm 30   4 0   11/11/14
Holy Trinity 26   0 10   28/01/15
Bull Lane 87   3 4* *2 full;2 half 25/01/15
Chelsfield 62 64 9 0   27/01/15
Dorset Road 90   18 0   20/01/15
Elmstead Lane 36 59 half plots* 0 2 10 unlettable plots 11/11/14
Eynsford Close 39 33 1 0   25/01/15
Farnborough 140 150 0 6   25/01/15
Foxbury 26 27 2 0   25/01/15
Halls Farm 84 88 1 3* *1  full + 2 half 27/01/15
Hillcrest 20   3 0 One half plot 11/09/14
Bourne Vale 105   0 5   25/01/15
Pickhurst Green 58 48 0 5 All half plots 20/01/15
Homesdale Road 35   9 0   25/01/15
Horsell Gardens 8   3 0   11/09/14
Jubilee Allotments 9     1 Have to be resident  
Kent House Leisure 147   49 3 + 4 for communal use 12/11/14
Kent House Road 159 157 14 8   18/01/15
Lower Chesham 46   7 0   14/11/13
Lower Road 69 103 9 0   28/01/15
Mead Road 20   2 0   09/04/14
Millwood Road 35   0 5    
Maberley Road 62   41 0   12/11/14
Pine Walk 109 107 11 2* *being cleared 26/01/15
Poverest 86 84 0 8 4 full, 8 half 20/01/15
Ravensbourne 41 43 4 0   21/06/14
Rosemount 18 39 0 0   25/01/15
Roslin Way 49   10 1   20/01/15
Sandford Road 34 41 0 0   27/01/15
Sandringham  Rd 9 9 0 0   20/01/15
Southlands  Road      190 200 6 10   27/01/15
Tugmutton 64.5 96 2 0   12/11/14
Upper Chesham 26 25 0 1   17/11/14
West Wickham (Hawes Lane) 196 217 0 6* *4 full;2 half 25/01/15
Widecombe  Road       30   7 0   25/01/15
Willow Grove 27   23 0    

NOTES FROM TRAINING EVENING 6 NOVEMBER 2014

  1. Responsibilities of the Association Treasurer

Role includes in particular:

  • Monitoring, advising on & controlling expenditure
  • Keeping full records of income & expenditure
  • Preparing annual accounts & arranging audit
  • Ensuring value for money
  • Ensuring that payments properly due are made
  • Keeping committee advised of financial position

Advice to Treasurers:

  • Record everything as you go along (money in/out etc)
  • Bank cash promptly
  • Ensure records clear & up to date (and as simple as possible)
  • Keep all relevant documents
  • Pay bills promptly
  • Get receipts for everything
  • Ensure procedure in place for passing on bills to Treasurer
  • Never use personal bank account for association finance

Copies of ‘rent’ accounts are to be sent annually to Council

Annual payment made to BALGF is for:

  • Site rent (based on size x a standard rent per hectare) increased annually by RPI
  • BALGF Membership fee (per association)
  • Competition Levy (based on size of site – banded
  • Council Levy (amount per Ha as for site rent) – to cover historic cut from LBB allotments budget – associations agreed to spread it

Paid as single payment to BALGF & passed on the Council where required.

  1. Disputes & operation of the Grievance Procedure

Key advice for associations:

  • Every tenant must sign a tenancy agreement & be given terms of tenancy – otherwise occupation will not be subject to any terms & conditions.
  • Write note of all conversations where there is a dispute; confirm the content of the conversation with the other party where possible; write letters or emails on key issues; ask plotholder to confirm any complaint or issue in writing.
  • Keep copies of all correspondence.
  • Where possible, discuss in presence of a witness.
  • Early intervention in disputes usually helpful – offering to make the issue more formal sometimes deflates it.
  • Require evidence to support any accusations against plotholders, committee etc – do not accept hearsay.
  • Communication from site committee/secretary with all tenants is vital – e.g. newsletter, gate notice, email etc. to advertise decisions, inspections etc.

Grievance Procedure is logical set of steps – to be followed correctly and full records kept.

  1. Role & responsibilities of Management Committee
  • Should be clearly defined as part of the association’s constitution – see BALGF note on key provisions for constitutions
  • Act strictly in accordance with defined roles and the powers contained in terms of tenancy – do not exceed them
  • If additional powers are needed, seek authority from members (e.g. at AGM)
  • Good practice to obtain agreement of members to rent increases
  1. Use and content of BALGF web site 
  • Provide contact information (or means of contacting associations) for public – plot inquiries etc
  • Information for member associations
  • Publicity medium – events & lother info
  • Link to individual associations’ web sites

Full use of web site still not being made – has potential for far greater level of use

All associations to ensure web master (Tim Lund) has up to date information including email contact addresses.

  1. Tenancy agreements etc.

Tenancy Agreements: London-wide forum attended by LBB officer favoured having form of Tenancy Agreement (the signed agreement) with separate terms & conditions of tenancy which TA refers to.  This is the system used in Bromley.

Membership Rules: Some associations also have membership rules in addition to terms of tenancy.  These should be limited to rules of membership of the association (but might extend to general conduct on site).  Breach of these could then lead to termination of membership and then termination of tenancy under 83)(iii) of terms of tenancy.

Consider having ‘probationary’ tenancy for say 6 months for new tenants.

2014 Allotments Competitions Results

BALGF Cup

Place Site points 2013 points 2014 improvement Secretary
1 Biggin Hill 78 86 8 Mr R Arnold
2 Dorset Road 83 90 7 Mr T Douglas
3 Bourne Vale 83 88 5 Mrs J Dixon
4 West Wickham 83 86 3 Mr M Gamm
5 Kent House Road 83 81 -2 Mrs C Tomlin
6 Homesdale Road 91 83 -8 Mr S Weller
7 Farnborough Hill 79 67 -12 Mrs S Simner
#N/A Chelsfield not entered 86 #N/A Mr G Sargent

Brian Buckley Wine Award

Place Points Site Description Plotholder(s)
1 62 West Wickham Gooseberry Dr JCowan
2 60 West Wickham Honey&Ginger Mrs DCowan

Bromley Beekeepers Honey Cup

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 93 West Wickham Dr JCowan
2 63 Dorset Road Mr WPurvis

Champion of Champions Cup

Points Site Plotholder(s)
93 Farnborough Hill Mrs A Marks and Mrs L Needham
91 Homesdale Mrs P Hamblin
89 Bourne Vale Mr and Mrs R Harknett

Cliff Uden Cup

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 90 Farnborough Hill Mr B Vincent
2 88 Farnborough Hill Mr B Dixey
3 86 Farnborough Hill Mrs M Clark
4 85 Farnborough Hill Mrs K Kosaka
5 83 Farnborough Hill MrG Ray
6 82 Dorset Road Ms C Merten
6 82 West Wickham Mr A Yarrow
8 81 Biggin Hill R R Gibbs
9 80 Biggin Hill Mr D White
10 79 Bourne Vale Mrs A Phillips
11 78 Farnborough Hill Mrs A Shimizu
12 76 West Wickham Mr S MacMillan
13 73 Bourne Vale Mr I Barker
14 72 Dorset Road Ms J Andrews
15 70 West Wickham Mr M Wilkins
16 69 Dorset Road Ms C Blyth
17 65 Dorset Road Mr H Coskum

Crask Trophy

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 93 Farnborough Hill Mrs A Marks and  Mrs L Needham
2 87 Kent House Road Mr P Jackson
3 86 Dorset Road Stewart Fleming  School
4 79 Kent House Road Mr and Mrs J Harrison
5 67 Homesdale Mrs E Allen
6 63 Kent House Road Mrs P Antoine

Douglass Cup

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 93 Dorset Road Ms T Brown
2 89 Farnborough Hill Mrs Y Hicks
3 88 Kent House Road Mr P Jackson
4 80 Kent House Road Mrs P Antoine
5 79 Farnborough Hill Mrs M Reber

Jean Brooks Memorial Cup

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 94 Biggin Hill Mr and Mrs G Wickes
2 92 Farnborough Hill Mrs M Martin and Mrs D Sehmi
3 84 Biggin Hill Mr and Mrs S Tidy
3 84 Bourne Vale J Brittain and Ms K Mortimer
5 83 Homesdale Mr and Mrs D  Janes
6 81 Biggin Hill Mr and Mrs L Ames
7 77 Dorset Road Mr S and Ms R Yorulmaz
8 75 Dorset Road Ms N Baignet and L Chapman

Margaret Ayres Young Gardeners Award

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 74 Dorset Road Stewart Fleming  School

Norman Overton Memorial Trophy

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 81 Bourne Vale Mr C Cook
2 80 Bourne Vale Mr R Hammond
3 79 Farnborough Hill Mr J Smallwood
4 78 Farnborough Hill Ms L Wood
5 76 Farnborough Hill Mrs S Magni
6 74 Bourne Vale Mr T Purkiss
7 60 Biggin Hill Mr J Howes

Pat Townsend Special Award

Kent House Leisure Gdns Sew and sow Mrs J Black & Mrs R Mitchell Dawson
Kent House Leisure Gdns bug hotel Mr and Mrs G  Burgess
Kent House Road stone ladybirds Mrs M Ronald
Kent House Road hanging baskets Ms Z Weston
West Wickham insect scarecrow Mr and Mrs Gibbons

Peter Springall Memorial Cup

Place Points Site Variety Plotholder(s)
1 83 Kent House Leisure Gdns Regent Mr L Bateson
2 81 Kent House Leisure Gdns Pinot Noir Mr L Bateson
3 80 Kent House Leisure Gdns Chambourcin Mr L Bateson
4 77 Kent House Leisure Gdns Leon Millot Mr K Dora
5 76 Kent House Leisure Gdns Dornfelder Mr R Allart
5 76 Kent House Leisure Gdns Solaris&Regent Mr K Dora
7 75 Kent House Leisure Gdns Chambourcin Mrs J Allart
8 74 Kent House Leisure Gdns Seyval Blanc Mr D Allart
9 73 Kent House Leisure Gdns Solaris Mr K Dora
10 72 Kent House Leisure Gdns Regent Mr K Dora
11 71 Kent House Leisure Gdns Black Pearl Mrs J Allart
12 67 Kent House Leisure Gdns Seyval Blanc Mr L Bateson
13 64 Kent House Leisure Gdns Solaris&Rondo Mr K Dora
14 60 Dorset Road grape Ms D Leslie

Peter Tomlin Memorial Cup

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 96 Biggin Hill Mr and Mrs C Mason
2 90 Bourne Vale Mr and Mrs K Dixon
3 90 Kent House Road Mr and Mrs J Harrison
4 89 Dorset Road Mr and Mrs E Terry
5 88 Homesdale Mr and Mrs A Greenfield
6 85 Biggin Hill Mr and Mrs T Scott
7 84 Bourne Vale Mr and Mrs M Sexton
8 81 Bourne Vale Mr and Mrs D Collis
9 79 Dorset Road Mr and Mrs I Pratt
9 79 Farnborough Hill Mr and Mrs E Richardson
11 76 Biggin Hill Mr and Mrs I Harber
12 75 Farnborough Hill Mr and Mrs S Jordan

Peter Woods Cottage Garden Cup

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 96 Bourne Vale Mr T Purkiss
2 94 Kent House Leisure Gdns Mrs J Black and Mrs R Mitchell Dawson
3 91 West Wickham Mrs A Pegrum
3 91 Dorset Road Mr and Mrs A Danford
3 91 Dorset Road Mrs C and Miss  J Tutt
6 83 Kent House Leisure Gdns Mrs M Ronald
7 80 Kent House Leisure Gdns Mrs A Batteson
8 78 Dorset Road Mr and Mrs D Tutt
9 77 Dorset Road Mr and Mrs J Muir
10 71 Kent House Road Ms Z Weston
11 61 Biggin Hill Mrs S Kent

Henman Recycling Shield

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 81 Dorset Road Mr T Douglas
2 74 Bourne Vale Mrs J Dixon
3 70 Farnborough Hill Mrs S Simner

Spencer May Cup

Place Points Site Secretary
1 90 Dorset Road Mr T Douglas
2 88 Bourne Vale Mrs J Dixon
3 86 Chelsfield Mr G Sargent
3 86 West Wickham Mr M Gamm
3 86 Biggin Hill Mr R  Arnold
6 83 Homesdale Mr S Weller
7 81 Kent House Road Mrs C Tomlin
8 67 Farnborough Hill Mrs S Simner

Valerie Cole Cup for Organic Gardening

Place Points Site Plotholder(s)
1 91 Kent House Road Ms Z Weston