Safety Improvements to Hadley Rd Comm Allotment

Who are we?
Hadley Road Community Allotment is a self managed site, bringing the community together, maintaining an active place for the community to grow their own food, making awareness of the importance of growing organically produce fruit and veg, working as a family offering support to those who needs it.

What are we aiming to do, who for and why?
Make allotments accessible and sustainable for our local communities.
Encourage a diverse, sustainable and inclusive community.
Production of local food so we can donate harvested products to our community.

What we plan to do with your donations
Installation of a secure metal mesh fence around the perimeter of the allotment to improve security for members and residents alike.
Replace the existing metal farm gate with a secured metal palisade gate at the entrance to the allotment to prevent illegal access to the site.
Source and install composite toilet with disabled access.
Extend disabled access around the site to create a more inclusive community.
Plant hedge boundaries with fruit bearing bushes.
Source and erect communal shelters, main shed and office to stimulate the diverse and inclusive community.

How can you help?
With your help, we aim to make our Community Allotment safe, secure and inclusive for our community and residents by the end of 2021. 
 
We would be grateful for your help and support, and would welcome you for a tour of the Allotment if you wish whenever in the area
 
Rewards
For a donation of £50.00, your name will be added to the "Wall of Donations" that will be erected at the main entrance of the Allotment and you will be given a personal tour of the site by the Committee Chair of the Hadley Road Community Allotment.
  • Beverly Bogle 
    • £20 
    • 10 mos
  • Patricia Mitchell 
    • £10 
    • 13 mos
  • Sophia Boswell 
    • £20 
    • 13 mos
  • Errol Campbell 
    • £40 
    • 13 mos
  • Emmanuel Amevor 
    • £20 
    • 13 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Floyd Blake 
Organizer
Mitcham, UK
Magdalena Rawiak 
Beneficiary