It's been such a horrible time for the BBC that, fresh from their success with City of Edinburgh Council, FEDAGA have offered to step in.
They have got a bit carried away and already made a pilot show for broadcast to the
plebs public. And here it is:
Who said history doesn't repeat itself?
Just a few notes:
FEDAGA is Edinburgh's Allotment representative association.
FEDAGA came up with the proposal to "ramp up" the rents from £30 to £100 in steps of £10 per year.
Members of the Committee have advocated to me that there are no such things as allotments anymore: they should be called "Leisure Gardens"; Rents should go up by several hundred pounds; Peppercorn rents should be consigned to history, and bizarrely. "People don't appreciate what they've got unless they pay for it". There is truly a collective madness abroad. And it's one that suits the Council down to the ground!!!
You could do your own FEDAGA promo Mal, It could go viral and make enough money to pay for your plot!ReplyDelete