I came down to the site for my usual Sunday morning visit.
I started by digging out the autumn raspberries I inherited with the plot. They gave a sparse crop and ordered replacements had arrived. The exertion gave me the excuses to go for coffee and a cake at the café and buy supplies from the Trading Hut.
After a longish break enjoying the refreshments but also discussing one or two issues with the committee, I returned and dug over the while patch where the raspberries had been, pulling out some bindweed and as many raspberry roots as I could. Even the finest roots need to be removed as they generate shoots and regrow.
At that point, planning to stay late, I turned on the radio app in my phone ready to listen to Gardeners Question Time while I worked only to find the battery was almost flat so I cut the session short and went home.
Unfortunately, with a flat battery, I couldn't take a photo of the completed work!