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UPDATE May 2021, Covid-19: During the pandemic Rosendale Allotments has followed government rules about lockdowns, social distancing, how many can meet etc.

Since April RAA members have been able to meet on site in either a group of up to six (from any number of households but with children counting towards the total), or, in a group of people from two households (a household can include an existing support bubble, if eligible).

The Government lockdown rules changed again on Monday 17 May and as a result we expect the current rule of a maximum of six people meeting at Rosendale will be increased.

Stores: Our Stores have remained open throughout albeit with different ordering and collection procedures. These procedures can be found in the most recent RAA newsletter with links to the current stock list and details of how to order.

Main toilets which have been shut for over twelve months will soon be opening again: Any visits by children to the toilets should be supervised.

Tool hire service and hiring the Community Building: The staff hours managing these services have been reduced during the pandemic, so we need to review how best to restart them; either by recruiting or by finding volunteers.

When you enter RAA

Covid-19: Don’t come to the allotments if you have any key symptoms – high temperature, new continuous cough, loss of taste/smell or if you live with someone with such symptoms.

Hands: The hand washing taps will continue by the Community Building, outside the main gate and at the two Lovelace gates. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or sanitise after entering the site. PLEASE DO NOT use the actual water tanks to wash or rinse your hands.  We have placed a hand sanitiser by the main toilet doors.

Face: We are still following official precautions for meeting inside buildings – so wearing of face masks and social distancing rules still apply.  Please always bring a face mask with you and wear it if there is more than one person in any RAA building or space.

Space: Keep your distance from others who may be coming up to the allotments for the first time since lockdown – two metres (three paces) minimum. We still need to be cautious, so the allotments is not the place for large gatherings or parties.

Creative plot numbering

70% of plots now have a clear plot number in the corner of their plot nearest to the Community Building – well done – as this will save a lot of time over the next year especially as we survey the site and work with plot holders over the safety of paths and plot borders.

But if you are in the 30% who have not got round to it yet – please do! If you want to take time to be creative with your sign – just put up a temporary one to help us.

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 you have news or pictures you wish to share, please pass them on – fruit and vegetable ‘selfies’ anyone?

Stuart Russell has designed our website based on a ‘responsive’ WordPress template created by the developers CyberChimps. Each layout adapts to view well on PCs and laptops of different screen sizes, iPads, tablets, phablets and phones.

People use an array of devices to view the web these days, we hope the RAA site works well on yours. If you see any problems or busted links please let us know. Be sure to include details of your PC/tablet/phone type, the browser you use and attach a ‘screen grab’ if you can.

And please, if you need a website designed for your business or organisation contact Stuart!