Matt Baker and the team came to Wellesbourne on Friday 9th August, to record an episode about the life and times of local hero and MP, Joseph Arch. Filming was triggered by events by Wellesbourne Allotment Association and other local organisations marking 100 years since Joseph Arch died.Read More
Exceptionally rare & critically endangered Corncockle is growing on several Wellesbourne Allotment plots - one of Britain's most threatened & most beautiful wildflowers. Its cultural history is very interesting too.
Corncockles were extinct in the wild in the UK, although until relatively recently were very common. Originally introduced to Europe from the Middle East, around 6000 years ago during the Neolithic period…..Read More
Thanks to all plot holders for the fabulous plants, produce & Tombola prizes you all donated for Saturday’s Wellesbourne Street Fayre.
As usual visitors greatly appreciated the opportunity to get their hands on quality plants. Some regulars rely on our stall for veg plants every year, especially Toms !
Although the weather reduced the numbers of visors to the 2019 Fayre, we still raised £210.30, which is just shy of the 2018 total of £238.15.Read More
Watch the videos by Wellesbourne Allotments who organised a day to celebrate the life of local hero, Joseph Arch MP - Champion of Agricultural Workers and Allotments - 9th February 2019Read More
Prizes for Best Allotment and Best Newcomer were awarded at our AGMRead More
Welcome to our two New WAA Committee Members for 2019Read More
Walk in the footsteps of a legendary local hero, hear what a modern day Joseph Arch has to say and join in the singing of songs rarely heard since his death 100 years ago!Read More
Wellesbourne Allotment Association plotholders voted overwhelmingly last night ( 16 January 2019) to reject a proposal by Coventry Diocese which would potentially see part of the historic site being developed.Read More
Wellesbourne Allotment Association has been delighted to donate £350 from our NGS Open Day towards Barford Scout’s new hut fund (presented by Ken Manning); £350 to Wellesbourne and District Lions …Read More
More than 330 people poured through the gates of Wellesbourne Allotments NGS (National Garden Scheme) Open Day, helping to raise record amounts for charity and in doing so, showing their support for a site threatened by development by the Diocese of Coventry.