Here you will find documents relating to Burley Model Allotments Association. Given there are a large number of documents they are (where possible) archived after 3 years. Committee Meetings however will be archived annually. There are a number of sub sections starting with the:-

A.G.M. -

Here is where all the documents relating to the last 3 Annual General Meetings are held.

Annual Show –

This includes hints and tips on how to Show as well as the current Show Schedule.

Committee Meetings –

All of the committee meetings for the calendar year are stored here.

Newsletters –

The last 3 years newsletters are stored in this section

Forms –

Here are standard forms to apply to the association from L.C.C. and the Association’s own forms.


These are documents relating to Leeds City Council and the Leeds and District Allotment Gardeners Federation.

Maps and Leaflets –

Is exactly what it says, all maps and leaflets relating to the site.

Miscellaneous –

This is where you will find all the assorted bits and pieces that you would expect in this category, or would you? As well as all the insurance certificates for the site.

Policy –

In this section you will find the Rules, Constitution and Policy documents of the Association.

Should you wish to see or access any archived documents please contact the Secretary using the form on the Contact Us Page.



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BMAA Data Protection Policy V2 18/06/2018 pdf
BMAA Constitution 08/04/2018 pdf
BMAA Rules V3 29/10/2016 pdf
BMAA Structure Rules 14/10/2014 pdf
LCC Structure Rules date posted14/10/2014 14/10/2014 pdf

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