A community activist was left shocked and angry to see her beloved allotment being stripped of her plants and possessions following a long-running row with the society that runs it.
Nicki Dixon, an allotment holder for five years, says hundreds of plant pots along with tools and some chilli plants were removed from her allotment at Lowlands in Mirfield, West Yorkshire, on Saturday.
A handmade sign was placed on her greenhouse which warns: 'Mirfield Allotments and Gardens Society is now in possession and occupation of this plot.
'Any person who enters this plot will be treated as a trespasser.'
Nicki claims that an official then told her: 'This plot will be re-let tomorrow, so I don't want you coming in here. It's not your plot, you're being evicted, end of story.
Nicki, 56, a former chairman of Mirfield Allotments and Gardens Society (MAGS), which manages three allotment sites in Mirfield, claims this 'eviction' followed the termination earlier this year of her membership of MAGS.
Pictured: Nicki Dixon, an allotment holder was left quaking to see her beloved plot being stripped of plants and possessions following a long-running row with the society that runs it
She did not accept this decision and continued visiting the allotments.
Nicki said what happened on Saturday left her 'quaking' and feeling helpless.
'There were five men and two women present. I was quaking. My knees were