The official website for The Tonbridge Allotments and Gardens Association. We have seven sites in Tonbridge. If you would like to have an allotment please get in touch.
The Tonbridge Allotment Sites
John Uwins and Norman Ayling
The site is at the southern end of Tonbridge and is accessed from Clare Avenue East. Presently there are approximately 55 plots.
The site is at the southern end of Tonbridge and is on the river side of Barden Park Road. There are 13.5 plots most of which are let as half plots.
The site is at the south western end of Tonbridge close to the A21 Bypass. Access is via Molescoft Way and Swanland Drive. There are 37 plots.
The site is at the northern end of Tonbridge and can be accessed by a narrow 8ft pathway between 26 and 28 Ridgeway Crescent.
Waveney Road - Longmead
Ashley Boothroyd and Keith Stonell
The site is located at the northern end of Tonbridge in Waveney Road next to the Longmead Primary School.
The site is located at the northern end of Tonbridge near the Tonbridge Farm Sports Fields. Access is via site gates at the beginning of Longmead Way.
The site is at the south-eastern end of Tonbridge close to Lodge Oak Lane. Access is via a narrow lane between Nos 27 and 28 Somerhill Road.
Exercise, relaxation, friendship and delicious fun
What will you make of your allotment?
One of the delights of having an allotment is the wildlife you cross paths with while working on your plot. On our allotment plot there are a healthy population of slow-worms making a home in the compost bins and in other areas of cover and warmth scattered around...
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Get In Touch
Gail is the TAGA Secretary and will anwer your enquiry as soon as possible.
We have enjoyed our allotment for a while now. It has been great for entertaining and I love growing flowers.