CAGA

Chinnor Allotment & Garden Association

Updates

COVID 19

The allotments are open as usual - just stay 2 meters from other people.
The Shop only takes online orders
Access to the equipment is not currently possible.

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New Delivery

We have just taken delivery of a good consignment of compost, growbags and an extended selection of seed, including savoy cabbage, cauliflower, coriander, dill, thyme and Welsh onion.

Don't forget about canes; both 8' for runner beans and 5' for tomatoes.

These can be pre-ordered by placing an online order with Pete Greenway; see Shop Update for details.

Hurry! Stock Fast running Out.

Available varieties now limited to:

  • First earlies - Pentland Javelin
  • Second Early/early Maincrop - Estima

 

 

About Chinnor Allotment and Garden Association

Joining

Thinking about getting your own allotment? We have both "half" and "full size" allotments for only £15/£30 per year respectively. 

For more information and to join the waiting list, please have a look at our joining page.

 

Questions? Join our Facebook group and ask your future allotment neighbours what it's really like.

Growing

We have pretty good and slightly alkaline soil in the allotments, allowing for a wide variety of fruit and vegetables to be successfully grown in the allotments all year round. 

If in doubt, your allotment neighbours will always be happy to share their experience with you.

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Social

While the solitude and quiet you experience when gardening is part of the joy of having an allotment, it wouldn't be the same without the community aspects. 

In addition to the friendships being formed between allotment neighbours, we have also have organised events including a weekly lottery, a bbq and organised trips amongst other things.

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