Useful information

Newsletters

Regular newsletters are produced by LADAS to keep plotholders and anyone else with an interest in our work up-to-date with the latest news, plot opportunities and other bits and pieces.

LADAS Newsletter December 2015

Newsletter January 2016

Newsletter February 2016

Newsletter March 2016

Newsletter April 2016

Newsletter May 2016

Newsletter June 2016

Newsletter July 2016

Newsletter August 2016

Newsletter September 2016

Newsletter October 2016

Newsletter November 2016

Newsletter December 2016

Newsletter April 2017

Newsletter May 2017

Newsletter June 2017

Newsletter July 2017

Newsletter August 2017

Documents for plotholders

As a member of LADAS and a plotholder on our allotments, there are a number of key documents you should be aware of and occasionally refer to.

LADAS Constitution

LADAS Oakwell site rules

LADAS cleaning rota Apr-Dec 2016

LADAS cleaning rota Jan-Dec 2017

Plotholder Annual Agreement-2017-2018

Other information for plotholders

We occasionally produce other documents for plotholders’ interest and entertainment.

Fruit & veg growing chart

Facebook

We have a Facebook group where LADAS members can share experiences and seek advice. Look us up at LADAS Facebook Members Group.

Minutes

The LADAS committee meets every two months. Recent minutes are here:

LADAS Minutes 17 Aug 2015

LADAS Minutes 12 October 2015

LADAS Minutes 7 Dec 2015

LADAS Minutes 8 Feb 2016

LADAS Minutes 18 April 2016

LADAS Minutes 20th June 2016

LADAS Minutes 15th August 2016

LADAS minutes 10th October-2016

LADAS Minutes 12 December 2016

AGM minutes 6 March 2017

LADAS Minutes 15 February 2017

LADAS minutes 24 April 2017

LADAS minutes 12 June 2017

Useful links

Transition Linlithgow – Transition Linlithgow (TL) is a community-led charity which aims to make Linlithgow a more caring, sharing and resilient place to live with a focus on finding a beneficial pathway towards a low-carbon future.

Oakwell Children’s Nursery – Landlords for the Oakwell allotments.

Scottish Allotments and Gardens Society – SAGS works for allotment sites and plot holders throughout Scotland and is a useful source of information and advice.

New Hopetoun Gardens – Local garden centre offering discounts to plot holders, and occasionally sells some of our surplus produce.

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