The National Allotment Society - National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners Ltd
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Members’ Plot Vacancies

Do you have plots to fill at your site?

As a service to our members and prospective plot-holders we are offering a facility to advertise any vacant plots.

We have lots of visitors to our site and our most popular leaflet at the moment is "Obtaining an an allotment" - so there are still lots of people looking for plots; if you are looking for a plot take a look to see if there is a vacancy near you in the postings below.

Please email Marketing@nsalg.org.uk with details of your vacancies.

Current vacancies

  • Cleavley Allotments in Eccles, Salford, is a friendly, self managing site of 1.6 hectares with 67 plots and half plots, a pond, wildlife area, a picnic/barbeque space, self composting toilet, water, 3 communal polytunnels, and free and wood chippings when available. A full plot currently costs £45 and a half plot £25 a year inclusive of NAS membership. You must live in Salford to go on our very short waiting list. Please contact: pat.walkington@ntlworld.com Posted 16.02.22.
  • The Old Windsor Allotments Association, Berks have a number of vacant places ranging from 10 to 3 poles in size that we can offer straight away. We are a friendly group with great views over fields and an on site trading shop. Rents are reasonable, payable annually and we have public liability insurance. For more information or for those interested please feel free to contact John Lee, Clerk to the Council, in the Old Windsor Parish Council office at Jubilee Hub, St. Lukes Road, Old Windsor, Berks, SL4 2QL. Telephone 01753 868842. e-mail clerk@owpc.co.uk Posted 01/02/21
  • Ards Allotments Co Down  Ards have a continual supply of ground for plots and do not envisage reaching capacity for at least 10 years.Set along the north-west shore of Strangford Lough; a very popular area for bird watching, with the Brent Geese being a famous visitor. There is a picturesque walk along the tidal path when you can take time out from gardening and take in the panoramic views of the lough and gaze towards Scrabo Tower; the most photographed landmarks in Ulster. If you do not believe this, look at their YouTube video click here  and see what the plot owners think. The plots are in one of the earliest growing soils, known as the market garden of Ulster. For more details log onto the website Ards Allotments