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The National Allotment Society
The National Allotment Society (NSALG) is the leading national organisation upholding the interests and rights of the allotment community across the UK. Working at national and local levels, with like minded organisations and landlords to provide, promote and preserve allotments for all. They offer support, guidance and advice to those with an interest in allotment gardening.
His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales became Patron of the Society in 2011. As an avid gardener himself he advocates green issues and works tirelessly to promote and protect the UK's enduring traditions.
General advice and inormation relating to what an allotment is, their history and the benfits of becoming an allotment holder.
Protect Your Plot
Whether you form an association, self-manage your site or just work closely with the local authority you need to promote the vaue of your site.
Everything you need to know about planting crops, pests and diseases, traditional gardening methods, should you go organic and much more...
National Allotment Week 2015
Monday 10th August sees the start of Allotment week 2015. If you would like to promote your alloemt or summer events, contact the NSALG.
Useful Links and Documents
The NSALG provides a range of downloadable documents and links to a variety of webpages providing advice on a variety of topics.
Downloadable Fact Sheets
To help with your allotment, the NSALG has produced a number of leaflets on everthing fro clearing an old plot, to coping with flooding...
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