The Constitution, (extract) click image for the full document (.PDF)
Aims & Objective
- To assist all members in the recreational pursuit of allotment gardening, to promote a healthy lifestyle, to educate and create community fellowship.
- To help with the education and social welfare of people, suffering from any physical, mental health or learning disability, with the object of improving their quality of life through allotment gardening.
- To help new gardeners on the site in whatever way is appropriate including providing, where possible, an introduction to a nearby experienced gardener who is willing to help during early months of tenancy
- To take all possible action, to protect Members, and their plots against damage, trespass and theft.
- Where possible and within the authority of the Society, to secure the site from vandals, dog fouling, and other anti-social activities.
- To establish a good working relationship with the Council as owner of the allotment areas with the object of improving facilities and carrying out of essential maintenance
- To investigate opportunities and secure where possible funding, sponsorship or grant aid available to the Society from external sources to be used for the improvement of facilities, site maintenance and security.
- To co-operate with other gardening associations, in matters of mutual interest.
- To encourage the highest standards of cultivation, layout and landscaping