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Quack hacker

Some of you may have noticed the RAA website was hacked, our pages diverted to an outside site selling pharmaceutical cure-alls. We believe it is all fixed now but please contact the RAA website team if you find you are

Homage to bees

Dulwich festival 2019 starts on 10 May and with it ‘Artists’ open house‘ on the weekends 11-12 and 18-19 May. You may be interested that a collection of over twenty artists exhibit their works at 264 and 274 Upland Road

Wild about wildlife

Why should I care? What’s in it for me?

 As gardeners we can grow healthy produce efficiently and give nature a helping hand. If we make just a few changes to how we do things, we can save ourselves time,

Site officer co-ordinator

The RAA is looking for a Site officer co-ordinator, this role is part time. As co-ordinator, you will interface with plot holders, the local community, the RAA committee and a small team of two staff, NB. this is not a

Choose no-dig instead!

Allotment plot holder Nick Giannissis found Mervyn’s feature about his ‘no-dig’ plot here on the RAA website. With google he discovered more, was converted to no-dig himself, and he has written his own feature on the subject, published here for

RAA website

The public face for the Rosendale Allotments Association is our website. We welcome any feedback you may have. The site and in particular this news section is kept up-to-date by the RAA website team led by Lance Hodgson. So if