Le Mouse wrote: ↑Tue Oct 19, 2021 8:40 pmIt was disappointing - a half-baked apology and apparently the council is worried because they've had a string of tenants who have left the garden in a bad state when they leave, incurring costs for the council. How that's my problem I don't know! I was quite cross for a bit and I haven't responded, because I don't think I could be polite this time. Plus it's a waste of my time and energy: I have decided instead to think ahead. I won't be renewing the lease when it comes round, so I need to plan for another move. Also I'm getting some health issues looked at and that's far more important than a squabble with an arsey parish council.
In other news I think my beetroot have failed rather badly (all leaf, no root), but I'll have some nice, if quite weeny carrots.
Just need so e cuttings of this plant just before you leave
Although I think it's probably illegal to cultivate and plant
Might as well be a pita to them .. any patches of damp / mould / minor building issues ...
Know round here after a year of the great flu shut down the council have been on top form know a few locals that have had the council round complaining about anything and everything from overgrown front hedges to unkept gardens ... They've gone wild on the allotments area wide too sending out snotty letters for anything from uncultivated areas to storage of a small Halfords trailer that the guy uses to collect manure with and take waste to the tip ... He's put it in his allotment shed I help him lift it in nothing we could see in the rules about trailers.. there's no caravans but that's understandable