Cottonmill and Nunnery Allotment Association
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Welcome to the CNAA Website
The Cottonmill and Nunnery Allotment Association (CNAA) was established in 1994 and now supports allotment tenants on the Cottonmill, Nunnery & Sopwell Mill sites in St. Albans, Hertfordshire.
The allotments are owned by and leased from the St Albans City and District Council and we keep a 'watching eye' on them. We offer services encouraging and helping people to get the most out of their plots, organise frequent events and socials including our popular Annual Summer Show, offer discounts on seeds, suppliers and equipment hire and publish quarterly newsletters.
Click to see our recent programme and our future plans.
Our Newcomers’ Representative, Keith Reynolds, will be at Cottonmill plot 4 from 10am - 12 noon on Saturday 30th March – please drop by and see him if you are a newcomer needing help or advice to get started. Keys to Nunnery and Sopwell sites will also let you in to Cottonmill, so don’t be shy if your plot is elsewhere! Keith can also be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to arrange another time – he'll meet you on your plot if preferred – he can be found on plot 4 regularly if you’d like to simply stop by and say hello.
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY - AGM - Sunday 12th MAY, 11am @ the Sub Aqua Club on Cottonmill Lane (next door to the Cottonmill Lane Allotments).
NoticesWInter Edition of the newsletter
The winter edition of Dig This!, the association newsletter is now online. And have a look at our editor Naomi's blog for more ideas.
The web master has completely lost it, so don't bother reading this mini report...
If you have spare vegetables why not give them away to a good cause? Check the members area for further details.
Unfortunately we do not have anyone to run the strimmer scheme and it is no longer offered as a benefit.
If you can't remember the username and password to access the Members Area please email us on email@example.com providing your site & plot details and we'll remind you of them.
|Our aim is to support full cultivation of the allotment plots.||Last
updated 28th March 2013