Local Allotment & Gardening Associations Information
Allotment associations are often joined with local gardening associations. They provide help and advice to the members of the association.
Often they are completely responsible for the management of allotment sites and are the first port of call for those seeking an allotment.
Acregate allotments are situated in the sunny resort of Blackpool. We are a small friendly allotment site of around 30 plots. We have a real community feel with everyone helping each other.
Ashfield Allotments - Winner of The Best Kept Allotment Site two years running. Based in Knotty Ash, Liverpool.
We a friendly society of gardeners based in Aylestone, in Leicester where there have been allotments since 1901. We hold social events, open to the local community, and have a shop for our members to buy all they need for their plots.
Website for Aylestone Lane Allotment Association. We try to provide a valuable resource for our plot-holders. Please feel free to browse our site.
The Brook Road Allotment Association is a self managed, allotment association situated in Bournemouth, Dorset, England. Our site contains over 90 plots ranging in size from 75 to 250 sq meters and offers a large range of of facilities.
The Website of Chorley Allotment Society in North West England
The Cwmcarn Allotment Association is situated in the Gwent valleys. Through this site we aim to communicate not just with our own Allotment holders, but with all keen gardeners and Allotment holders.
Since its formation over 50 years ago East Harpenden Gardening Club has managed six allotment sites in the Batford area of Harpenden in close co-operation with Harpenden Town Council.
We are a small group of residents in the parish of Yapham cum Meltonby in the East Riding of Yorkshire with a communal desire to grow our own produce and by developing an allotment site to bring some vibrancy to our local community.
Website of Hagg Lane & District Gardeners' Allotments Society, Crosspool, Sheffield that aims to provide free help and advice to it's members from across the whole district.
A voluntary charity made up of volunteers from Harrow based horticultural and allotment societies. Lots of information about horticultural activities in Harrow.
Highcliffe allotments in Sheffield were founded during the First World War. The Highcliffe Community Allotments Association started in 2005. Its aim to maintain, improve and develop the site.
HAHA manages the running of the two Council allotment sites in Hungerford, Berkshire. The HAHA committee is made up of plot holders from Marsh Lane and Fairfields. We deal with the waiting lists and all aspects of the site management.
Our allotments facebook page, fairly new.
A private Association site in Derby with 181 plots, a wildlife area and a schools horticultural centre. This picturesque site participates in the National Garden Scheme, having open days twice a year.
Meopham & District Allotment are located within the village of Meopham, 6 miles from Gravesend Kent. There are 160 plots which have been worked for approx 30 years. There is currently a waiting list for new plot holders
The website of Merway Allotment Association in Northampton the premier allotment in Northampton. Our website includes a photograph gallery, discussion forum and general advice
Nutgrove Allotments is in Thatto Heath St Helens. We have 23 plots with plotholders of a wide range of ages, experience and ability. We are making major changes and improvements on site. We are looking into self management in the future.
Over Allotments are located within a four-acre site off Moss Bank, Winsford, Cheshire, UK. The allotments date from 1924, and today number 57 plots, and 5 raised beds for disabled users. The soil is a heavy clay, making it moist and prone to waterlogging.
The website for Paignton Home Garden and Allotment Society - which runs three allotments in Paignton, Devon, on a seven-year lease from Torbay Council. The sites are Lower Penns Road, Derrell Road and Oakleigh St Michael. News, dates, contacts etc.
We are a York based allotment association. Our blog contains photos from the 3 sites, information about the Shop, crime updates, recipes, summaries of committee meetings, information about wildlife, organisations linked to the association & social events.