Popped up to the plot yesterday, too wet to do any real work on it, but managed empty the horse poo out of the bags now that they'd thawed out and also took some of last year's old compost up there & put in a small raised bed.
One of the other plot holders up there does this and he plants some spring onions in it very early, which he starts in modules. Thought I'd give that a go.
Brought home a sack of Sarpo Mira spuds which had been stored in the shed. Thankfully they seem to have survived the frost & look very wholesome, more so than some of the other varieties which have a load of slug holes.
If it's a decent day tomorrow, may pop up to do a bit of tidying & trimming, heavy rain forecast Wednesday & Thursday.