Can you help?

The first working party of 2018 will take place on Saturday, March 24. Committee members plan to work on repairs to the road. If you can spare an hour or two, your help would be gratefully received. Meet at 10am in the main car park.

*Just a reminder that the big container will be open for sales on Saturday from 10am to 11am.



Open evening

Cropwatch Horticulture of Dover is holding an open evening this month where you will be able to buy tools, equipment, fertiliser, pots, seed trays and a range of growing products.
The event takes place at Martin’s Nursery, Poison Cross, Statenborough Lane, Eastry, CT13 0DL, on Monday, March 26 from 6pm to 8pm.

Getting ready for the growing season

As the new growing season approaches you can stock up on a variety of essentials without leaving the allotment site.

The large container will be manned for the next four Saturdays (March 10, 17, 24 and 31) from 10am to 11am to allow members to buy goods at very competitive prices.

Items on sale are: 1.5m wide fleece at 20p per metre; Growmore at £1 per kg; garden lime at £1.50 per 2kg; chicken pellets at £9 per 20kg bag; blood, fish and bone at £1 per kg; 8ft bamboo canes at 40p each.

All proceeds go to the association’s funds.

Roll up for some fleece


Fleece is the latest addition to the range of goods being sold by the committee. It is 1.5m wide and costs 20p per metre. It is available only in multiples of one metre.

It can be bought at the large container which will be manned this Saturday (February 17) and on Saturday week (February 24) from 10am to noon.

Garden lime, Growmore, chicken pellets and bamboo canes are also available (Super Savings).

Going free


DSC_0009This net tunnel is on offer free of charge. It  has been dismantled ready for collection from Plot 50 (Allotment plot map).

If you have any allotment equipment that you no longer need or if you are on the look out for any allotment-related items please send details to so they can feature on this website.

*Sorry, the net tunnel has now gone.



20170828_145846You may have noticed hop plants growing on a number of allotments on the site last year as part of the Deal Hop Farm community project.

If you are interested in joining the project this year or simply want to find out more  about it, follow the link below for news of the 2018 launch meeting and a number of information sessions.

Poster Jan 2018



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