The Allotments are managed in principal by the Parish Council but the site does have an Association who work with the Council to improve the site.
If you wish to apply for an Allotment, please first read the Allotment Association Rules below:
OPC Allotment Tenancy Rules 2019 Rev 2
OPC Allotment Tenancy Agreement 2019 Rev 2
OPC LPG and Cylinders guidelines
Applications can be sent directly to email@example.com or for further information contact the Parish Clerk.
Please note that there is a waiting list for Allotments.
Latest Avian Flu Guidance
Housing measures to protect poultry & captive birds from #AvianInfluenza are being extended and will be in force across England from 00:01 07 Nov 2022.
This means that, from this time, it is a mandatory requirement for all bird keepers across England to keep their birds housed, or where this is not practical, to take steps to separate them from wild birds.
Keeping your birds undercover away from wild birds is vital to minimise the risk of them becoming infected with #AvianInfluenza from wild birds. But housing alone is not the only solution – it remains essential that you follow strict biosecurity measures to reduce the risk of disease spreading to your birds. Read more:
Information for Allotment Tenants
Ouston Parish Council is a member of The Allotment Society (NSALG).
Please see below some useful leaflets providing useful information for allotments tenants.
Paper copies are available on request for Ouston Allotment Tenants. Please contact us by email – firstname.lastname@example.org
NSALG Clearing an overgrown plot
NSALG Compost Bonfires and Waste disposal
NSALG Health and Safety on allotment sites
NSALG Keeping hens and Rabbits on allotments
NSALG Obtaining an allotment and what to expect
NSALG Planning and designing a new plot
NSALG What you can do for wildlife on your plot
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