Welcome to BEAS
Don't forget all rent must be paid by the end of the month.
We now have in stock the garlic and onion sets for autumn planting.
Shallots have now arrived and are available in the shop.
We also have some packs of lovely, red tulip bulbs on offer.
Orders for seed potatoes must also be made by the end of October.
Thank you to everyone who came along and supported the MacMillan coffee morning in the big shed on Friday 28th September, the Coffee was hot, the cakes were delicious and we had a very enjoyable social morning and.. we raised £275 for MacMillan, which was absolutely brilliant – thank you to the organisers, cake makers and helpers.
We did it again!
BEAS has been awarded Bournemouth's
'Best Allotment Site Award 2018'
It was great to pick up the cup again - for the 3rd year- and one of our plot holders, Paul Duffy, won best overall plot so that was a great accolade for our site and our society.
Thank you and well done to all for helping to make our site a great place to be.
Bournemouth East Allotment Society have two adjacent sites that are divided into a total 104 plots.
Many of the plots are also sub-divided into 'half' and 'mini' plots.
New applicants will be offered a half or mini plot in the first instance.
These are often more readily available and easier to manage for first-timers who wish to start the rewarding hobby of allotment keeping.
We also have six 'wheelchair friendly' accessible raised beds.
There is a waiting list. If you fill in an application form you will be put on the waiting list for the next available plot. You will be invited to a new members meeting when you get near the top of the list and are likely to be ofered a plot soon. At this meeting you can find out all about becoming an alotmenteer.
Meet the BEAS Committee
Our volunteer team
A warm welcome from our Chair, Linda Taylor.
Bournemouth East Allotment Association (BEAS) is a self-managed site. The land is owned by Bournemouth Borough Council but, within the terms of our lease, we can run our own site. This does take a lot of work and is managed by a team of volunteers who are voted in as ‘The Committee’ at the annual general meeting.
This year (2017-18) we are a team of 10, all allocated different roles, to help and support plot holders and make sure the allotment site is well maintained, safe and an enjoyable place for everyone.