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Another week of extremely hot weather like most of the U.K. I've been unbelievably busy, both down the plots and domestically this week again. I've intended writing another blog post since Sunday last but again not enough hours in a day lately. One of the allotmenteers I follow on Google has had his allotment vandalized and when I saw the video of the damage done, I stopped moaning about the hot weather causing problems down my plots and decided to post the video here.

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  1. This is a pretty thorough attack. Someone must has been there for a while. Was this plot targeted or was it general site vandalism.

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    1. It was certainly an extensive attack Sue. From what I gather it was a general attack and vandalism is on the increase in that general area. Some people just don't like to see things done in a special way maybe they are short of the care and attention the allotment had.

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  2. What a beautifully kept allotment - well, it was! There are some mindless idiots about aren't there - why would they do such a thing - they want stringing up.

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    1. It certainly was a wonderful allotment Elaine probably why the mindless idiots targeted it. They should be hung up on 5 bar gates like crows used to be.

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  3. That's dreadful Rooko, what idiots, do they have any idea who did this. Terrible.

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    1. Hi Annie_H it was shocking to see such a marvelous allotment spoiled like that. I don't think the vandals have been identified but if they are they should be made to put things right and pay for the damage also.

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