TAS EGM 16th March 2020

February 29th, 2020



TIME: 1900
KA10 6BS

Following a Committee meeting on Thursday 27 February when an EGM request was received from 15 members, 4 members of the committee decided to resign, leaving only 3 members still in situ.

To comply with our Constitution, it will be necessary to hold an EGM within 21 days of the foregoing date, when a new committee to operate until the AGM in 2022 can be elected.

It is hoped as many members as possible will be able to attend this meeting.
Copies of this notice will be placed on our Facebook page and our notice board on-site. In addition, South Ayrshire Council will send out a letter


29th February 2020

Constitution as at May 2019

December 1st, 2019

TAS constitution after AGM May 2019 Final with Signatures


August 26th, 2019

TAS Annual Report (Front Page)2018-2019 

TAS Trustees Annual Report 2018-2019 Final with Signatures

TAS Inventory of Assets final 2018-2019  

Independent Examiners Report-Appendix-3-2018-2019

TAS Accounts 2018-2019 final (1)





May 15th, 2019

The Troon Allotment Society Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday 30 May 2019 at Ivy Cottage, Troon at 7.00pm.
The Agenda is noted below.
At the meeting, Troon Allotment Society are proposing to adopt a new Constitution by casting a vote within the members present at the meeting, therefore, it would be beneficial if as many members as possible could attend the meeting.
In addition, representatives from South Ayrshire Council will
report on the survey which TAS members recently completed.

Annual General Meeting of Troon Allotment Society
The 11th AGM on Thursday 30th May 2019 at Ivy Cottage, Troon at 7.00pm
1. Welcome from Chair
2. Apologies
3. Minutes from 10th AGM
4. Review of Year at Site
5. Treasurer’s Report
6. Annual Show
7. Plot Fees and Lease arrangements from June 2019
8. Break for Tea and Coffee
9. Proposed Constitution
10. Survey Results
Next AGM May 2020


December 22nd, 2018

Annual Plot Fees due by 1st Jan 2019:
Full Plot £35 Half Plot £25 Quarter Plot £20
As the Royal Bank of Scotland in Troon has now closed, please can you pay your fees by BACS if possible (bank details available from a committee member) using your plot no and surname as a reference.
Alternatively, please send cheques etc to:
Susan Brown
5 College Park
KA10 6UH
Cheques to be made payable to ‘Troon Allotment Society’ Note: It is advisable NOT TO SEND cash by post.
Please take this opportunity to update contact details for yourself – address, phone, email.
If not received by 30th Jan 2019 it will be assumed you no longer wish your plot and this will be allocated to next on waiting list.
If this the case could you please advise South Ayrshire Council (Mira – 01292 616672 – Mira.Bogicevic@south-ayrshire.gov.uk and our secretary email- Secretary.tas@yahoo.com
We would request you leave your plot tidy and remove rubbish
Many thanks.

Annual Report and Accounts 2017-2018

August 6th, 2018

TAS Annual Report (Front Page)2017-2018  TAS Trustees Annual Report 2017-2018 Final  TAS Inventory of Assets final 2017-2018 TAS Accounts 2017-2018 FINAL Independent Examiners Report-Appendix-3-2017-2018

Annual General Meeting 10th May 2018 Agenda

May 5th, 2018

Annual General Meeting of Troon Allotment Society May 2018 Agenda

Annual Report and Accounts 2016-2017

November 16th, 2017

Oscr Independent Examiner’s Report 2016-2017 final TAS Accounts 2016-2017 FINAL TAS Annual Report 2016-2017TAS Annual Report (Front Page)2016-2017TAS Inventory of Assets final 2016-2017

Site Access Codes

June 9th, 2017

In accordance with the decision taken at the AGM we will be changing the Code on the access gates to the site as from 1 July 2017.
We have posted the New Codes on Facebook but are unable to do likewise on the Notice Board or Website as these are open to all.
Plot Holders not on Facebook should make themselves aware of the New Codes by asking their adjacent plot holder neighbours well before the 1 July.

Watering of Site Experiment

May 22nd, 2017

Committee member Alec McDonald has tested a small generator, submersible pump and hose to supply water from the main tanks to a number of potholder’s water tanks and plots. This proved very successful and it is proposed that we offer this facility to any member interested at a charge of £5 annum to cover the cost of petrol. This facility will only be provided at times of extended good weather and at the beginning of the year prior to planting when the main tanks are being filled. A number of potholders have already paid their £5 and anyone else interested should let the Committee know.