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The RPA Seedling Sale

The RPA Seedling Sale

Sunday 16th May, 11am - 12.30pm

We hope to see you on Sunday – find out how this ‘Shop and Go’ event is going to work.

Click here for more details.



Hampton Court Garden Festival Blog

Latest post - Monday 3rd May 2021

Only 10 weeks to go until Hampton Court Garden Festival

Can you help? Do you have any spare pots, plants, or other items, could you help at the show to build/breakdown the plot?
Please get in touch…

Click here to read more.

Centenary Autumn Show - Competitions

Centenary Autumn Show - Competitions

Sunday 3rd October

Here’s how to take part in the Pumpkin, Heritage Produce and Sunflower competitions.

Click here for more details.



RPA Nature Blog

Latest post - Wednesday 21st April 2021

Butterflies, bees and hungry heron...

Butterflies, bees and hungry heron...

It’s said that one of the first five indicators that spring’s arrived is the Orange Tip butterfly and I was delighted to spot one on Sunday in Home Park, along with the first brimstone I’ve seen this year! The next day a Brimstone fluttered past at the back of my allotment, always a zing of vivid yellow to brighten the day, Peacock butterflies have been around for a good couple of weeks now

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What to do in May

Wait until the weather has warmed up

What to do in May

What should you be sowing and planting now?

What crops should be ready for harvesting?

What jobs need doing on your plot?

Find out in our month-by-month calendar of what to do and when.

Keep off the Grass

The latest work on the allotment roads is finished. In order to level out the big dip in the ground between the compost toilets and the picnic tables (and to keep the price down), much of the scooped-off soil from the work has been put there.

Please do not park your car there, until further notice. The soil will take several months to settle and become firm enough for cars. Moreover, it has been sown with grass seed.

If you park on the allotments, please make sure that a piece of paper with your plot number on it is clearly visible through your windscreen.

Plotholders Committee
December 2020

Seed Store cafe welcome sign

Seed Store cafe

Tea, coffee, soft drinks, and delicious homemade cakes.
Open every Sunday:
11am - 12:30pm

Allotment main entrance - unlocked padlock

Waiting list now open

Do you want to put your name down for a plot? Click here to find out how.

Allotment main entrance opening time

Opening and closing times throughout the year can be found here.