Posted: Today at 08:27
Adding any organic matter will help improve sandy soil - so probably worth setting up compost bins, if not already, and composting all your kitchen and garden waste.
we have gardened very successfully on sandy, free draining soil. It's just a matter of knowing which plants are better suited. Sandy soil isnt as good at retaining nutrients so always better to feed and mulch in spring before planting than (just) in Autumn. It's also better to keep it covered during the winter months so that any goodness is less likely to be washed away, so might be worth using green manures over the winter months to dig in during spring, these will also help up the organic matter.