Tom Flower

Tom Flower

It is with great sadness that I have to announce that Tom Flower passed away just before Christmas 2020 suddenly after a short illness. Tom was a very popular member of the Brook Street Allotment and will be greatly missed by everyone. Our deepest Sympathy goes out to...

Money raised

Our former Treasurer and longstanding fellow allotmenteer Peter Seach sadly passed away in the middle of July. Over many years and at a time of falling interest in allotments, Peter helped to steer Tonbridge Allotments and Gardens Association forward to provide the...
Interest in allotments rises

Interest in allotments rises

There has been a study carried out from Sheffield University showing a rise in interest for owning an allotment. Following the ‘Dig for Victory’ campaign during the War interest declined steadily. Developers moving into the degraded plots. Now with the...
Of wildflowers and weeds

Of wildflowers and weeds

Hi everyone, I’m Michael, the holder of a plot at Brook Street. As a profession I’m a gardener specialising in wildlife-friendly garden design and have studied ecosystem development extensively. After discussing on several occasions with Karen, I’m excited to start...
Blog article contributions from Michael Grant

Blog article contributions from Michael Grant

As you are aware I am always interested in fellow allotment holders across the whole of TAGA to send me Blog Articles. I realise this will be slow to take off. However, I am very pleased to announce that Michael Grant from Brook Street Allotments has very kindly...