A defibrillator is located on the clubhouse wall next to the main entrance. If necessary, call 999 and they will provide you with the code that opens the box. Our address is shown at the bottom of the page.
On Site speed limits
There is only one roadway that serves the allotments and it does not have a separate footpath for pedestrians to use. We therefore ask all drivers to observe the 5 mph speed limit when driving on site. Drivers are asked to be alert to pedestrians that may enter the road from their allotment footpath. Parents are reminded to keep a close eye on small children and not to let them play near the road.
If you use short canes or sticks etc to support plants please ensure that the top of the cane is covered by a cork or other blunt object to prevent possible damage to eyes when bending down.
Compost is a great way to get rid of green waste by putting back the nutrients into the soil. But compost contains harmful bacteria that can affect people who live with respiratory conditions such as asthma.
If the contents of your compost become dry and mouldy pour a bucket of water on it and leave for a while and then cover it with some potting compost. Before turning it wear a dust mask if you are at risk.
Birmingham City Council www.Birmingham.gov.uk
Health & Safety Site Rep.
Jason Hodges Plot 36 or any committee member.