Southampton Allotments and Gardens Association




Sadly I must inform you of the recent death of Mrs Lily Flood who was a stalwart supporter of the Association for many years.  Many will remember her presenting the cups and trophies at our annual show in recent years. Pictured here presenting an award to Rosemary Gott who ran Sydney House trading shed for many years



If your courgette tastes bitter DO NOT eat it.

It could give you Cucurbitacin E poisoning - for more details of this little known danger please look at Brighton and Hove Allotment Federation webpage.




 We are pleased to welcome back many of our loyal customers at our trading sheds . Service is from the doorway and  social distancing must be observed while waiting to be served.  We do not take credit cards only cash or cheque.





will all open as normal



will open on Sundays only



will remain CLOSED at least until September


Members affected by the continued closure are welcome to visit any of the sheds that are open to purchase the goods they may require.


In the event of a sudden local lockdown we will have to close immediately.




  The blanket ban on indoor events means we must cancel our Annual Show  and also the Autumn coach trip to Wisley Gardens. 






We are pleased to retain the same price for membership as last year.  £4.00 for renewals and £4.10 for new membership. Renewals begin 1st October.  Only paid up members can benefit from our discounted goods and offers.



The Events Diary 2020








Summer trading hours

March - October


Witts Hill

Saturdays & Sundays 11.00 - 11.45


Bitterne Road

Sundays 10.30 - 12.00 noon.


Southwells Farm

Sundays 10.00am - 11.00am


Sydney House

Saturdays 10.00 - 11.00am





Sonia Blandford  

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