Allotment Societies and Associations

The Allotment & Gardens Council (UK) was set up to represent allotment holders and societies in all areas. To provide help and advice on all allotment matters and wherever possible, to safeguard allotment sites by all legal means. Societies join for just £1.00 per member. Individuals from £6.00.

The National Allotment Society  is the leading national organisation upholding the interests and rights of the allotment community across the UK.  We work with government at national and local levels, other organisations and landlords to provide, promote and preserve allotments for all. We offer support, guidance and advice to our members and those with an interest in allotment gardening.

Seven Kings and Goodmayes Allotment Society in Ilford, Essex.  There are allotments to rent in Seven Kings and Goodmayes with sites in Vicarage Lane South, Benton Road, Wards Road, (all off Ley Street) and behind Poole’s Court flats in Goodmayes Lane.Car parking is available on or near all allotment sites. Join at the Society Trading Huts in Vicarage Lane (South side) or in Goodmayes Lane (just behind Poole’s Court Flats) on Sunday mornings between 9.30 am and 11.45am. Click here to read SKGAS Newsletter

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A list of allotment associations provided by Open Directory

The fight to save and protect historic Skimmingdish allotments near Bicester, Oxon. Join the fight to persuade the Diocese of Oxford to re-open historic allotments in Oxfordshire that are one of the oldest in the country. They want to build on them, we want to grow on them. Please see the link to our online petition aiming to show the church the strength of feeling from people locally and further afield.

Forest Farm Peace Garden allotments is a not-for-profit, non-partisan organisation with charitable aims, dedicated to serving the larger goals of environmental and community sustainability. The Peace Garden offers opportunities for people of all ages and levels of experience interested in volunteering, community and the environment. Activities include food growing, tree planting, wildlife conservation, mosaic making, outdoor social events and more. Anyone can get involved, regardless of experience. The Peace Garden is committed to promoting refugee health and integration, as a vital part of creating a healthy, diverse and equitable society. Along with the communal activities, refugees and asylum seekers may have their own plots in the garden, where they can grow the fruits and vegetables of their choice.

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