Government & National Allotment Gardening Associations Information
The government has been promoting allotment growing and regeneration. Their sites will give you an insight into official thinking about allotments.
The major national gardening and allotment societies tend to offer help and advice on their web sites.
This website is for everyone interested in the past, present and future of allotment gardens, urban agriculture, gardening and growing-your-own.
Fantastic site with a wealth of information for allotment gardeners. The allotment regeneration initiative has information on allotment grants and other resources for gardener.
This page about finding an allotment contains an alphabetical list of local councils etc and these will usually be able to assist you in finding a plot .
Garden Organic (the working name of the HDRA) is the largest organic gardeners association in Europe. The site contains a wealth of information useful to gardeners.
What parliament thought about allotments in 1998. A fascinating report with insights into the mental and physical benefits engendered by allotments.
The National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners home page. NSALG has long been recognised as the national representative for allotment gardeners
SAGS works for allotment sites and plot holders throughout Scotland to protect sites from developers, preserve skills in gardening and design and promote the value of allotments.
We are the UK's leading environmental charity promoting sustainable, organic farming and championing human health. Organic food, organic farming: Soil Association is campaigning for organic food, organic farming and sustainable forestry.