The official website for The Tonbridge Allotments and Gardens Association.
Tonbridge Allotments and Gardens
Welcome to the Tonbridge Allotments website.
Welcome to TAGA the Tonbridge Allotments and Gardens Association. We have 7 sites with 4 in south Tonbridge and 3 in north Tonbridge. There are 242 plots. Please note we can only offer plots to residents of the town of Tonbridge.If you live outside Tonbridge town please get in touch with your local parish council.
We have a thriving community of allotmenteers on our 7 sites enjoying the benefits of delicious fresh food, growing fruit and vegetables of all varieties – including flowers too.
If you are interested in joining our waiting list, please email our Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you thinking of taking on an allotment plot?
Owning an allotment is a commitment (well for most of the year anyway). It can be hard work. It will need some thought and planning. But it is also very enjoyable, very good for you and you get to meet some really lovely people. Plots are generally available as 10 rods (250 sq. metres) and 5 rods (125 sq. metres).
We have allotmenteers from all walks of life, families, working and retired of all ages. They all have a passion for healthy food and gentle exercise. We also have many different nationalities, everyone is welcome. Everyone is happy to help and if you need really detailed advice there are some real experts on the sites too. We have a licence agreement you will need to sign and a little Green Book with all the rules and regulations. As the sites are rented from the council there are a clear set of rules we have to follow. We look forward to hearing from you soon 🙂
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...
Exercise, relaxation, friendship and delicious fun
What will you make of your allotment?
Why have an allotment
I often wonder why I have an allotment. The digging, the mud, the brambles, not to mention the slugs - there are a lot of negatives. Most of the year I tend to forget the benefits until the summer when suddenly as you are eating a strawberry or an apple you have grown...
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...
Welcome to the new Tonbridge Allotments and Gardens Association (TAGA) website. Actually it is the first and only website we have ever had at TAGA, but here we are, you can't ignore the internet! We hope the new Tonbridge Allotments and Gardens Association website...
Please contact us by email, unfortunately, we do not give phone numbers online but we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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.