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Committee Members


Chair - Foxes Piece - Plot 53

Fred started working his plot at Foxes Piece in October 2001 and joined the Committee the following year. He enjoys seeing productive plots around the site.

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maren talbot

Treasurer - Hanging Hill - Plot 24

Maren gardens at Hanging Hill. She got her first bramble clad allotment in 2002, installed a greenhouse for her private orchid collection and transformed the plot into a productive garden. Occupancy was very low at the time, so she took on more plots grow fruit, vegetables and flowers for the bees. She's taking care of all financial aspects of the association - MAA subscriptions, purchases or donations - while also running the highly beneficial seed scheme for members - ask for a catalogue if you’re interested or email her if you wish to use the online order facility.

4 Hazel Close, Marlow SL7 3PW

01628 486 640


sylvia miller

Secretary - Hanging Hill - Plot 87

Sylvia has had an allotment plot at Hanging Hill Site since November 2005, is passionate about both her allotment and everything to do with the allotment sites. Any Tenants from either site (not just members) that have problems and need advice or help related to the allotments feel free to contact her and Sylvia will advise or assist to try to resolve the matter. Anyone interested in taking on an allotment plot at either site should contact her to be added to the waiting list.

07939 097 771


denise bagge

Member - Foxes Piece - Plot 66

Denise’s approach is to try to create a plot which is both productive and attractive to work in with a great variety of vegetables and fruit.  When she inherited the plot in 1999 it was a tangle of weeds (especially bindweed and couch grass) and poor soil – but it was also a good open site with plenty of light and close to the tap!  Since then, along with her partner, they have built up the beds with lots of mushroom compost and established grass paths to work off.  It is now a delight to work no matter what the time of year, her priority is to see the allotments at full capacity and as many people as possible being able to grow their own vegetables and fruit.


john stilliard

Member - Hanging Hill - Plot 2

John has a BSc in Biological sciences and has had an allotment at Hanging Hill for around 10 years.  He enjoys the difference in the flavour of home grown produce and the variety of company at Hanging Hill.  He is planning to plant some fruit trees and move to raised beds over the next couple of years.

07399 423 915


peter cooper

Member - Hanging Hill - Plot 15A

Peter has a Degree in Horticultural Science and a variety of horticultural experience having managed a kiwifruit orchard in his native New Zealand, run a garden maintenance business in West London for 10 years and then a full-time position maintaining a private estate near Woodend for the last 12 years.
If anyone wants a few kiwifruit we've got more than 200 from the vine in the garden! 

Pete volunteers with the Winter Party and offers his services to tenants on either site.

07941 315 786

Every year, the commitee members hold four meetings to discuss current issues, address concerns and allotment improvements. Interested parties can access below the two most recent meeting minutes. If you would like to become a committee member and contribute to the allotment administration or if you have a proposition to improve our way of working, please reach out to Sylvia Miller.

Meeting Minutes October 2019

Meeting Minutes August 2019

Meeting Minutes June 2019

Meeting Minutes March 2019

Meeting Minutes January 2019

Member - Hanging Hill - Plot 38A

Loredana has been a tenant from 2019, looking to grow a beautiful flower garden on her allotment. She learned to grow vegetables from her mother and grandmother, so please ignore her inherited peculiarities when it comes to gardening habits. She is currently managing the Association's website and helping out with IT struggles.

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