Whitley GrowAllot

Off Meavy Gardens, Whitley, RG2 7RD.

The garden is open at the following times:

Tuesdays from 9.30 am to 12.noon,

Wednesdays from 3.30 pm to 5.30pm, 

Fridays 10am to 12.30pm

Sundays 2pm to 4pm

Currently we are restricting the number of people who are able to attend a session so that we can maintain social distancing and keep the space safe.

You are welcome to attend any of the above by prior arrangement by contacting WhitleyGrowAllot@risc.org.uk .

If you have your own gardening gloves please bring these with you. 

Check our Facebook page for regular updates! https://www.facebook.com/WhitleyGrowAllot

Since the summer of 2012 local residents have got together to transform a piece of abandoned land in the centre of Whitley. Now there is a community allotment, supported by Food4families, where local people grow their own fruit and vegetables and share their produce.



Newcomers are welcome. There are regular workshops and tutors led sessions to help you plan, sow, grow and harvest. We use nature friendly growing methods. 

We share all the allotment between us as well as ideas. Come and go as you please between these hours. There'll be a qualified tutor to guide and advise and welcome you. Come alone, with a friend/spouse/children, all are welcome.

Membership is a bargain at £2.00 per adult per year. For this you receive a free share of the harvest and can join us at the planning meetings to decide on the future plans for the allotment. Membership open to residents living in the WCDA area of benefit (link to map from WCDA website) non members can share in the harvest for a very reasonable 50p a bag. 


Regular Planning meetings. Perhaps you'd like to help with the organisation? The planning meetings are held on the last Sunday of the month in the garden. This Community allotment is supported by Food4families but aims to be managed by the local community.

Come along on Sunday afternoon to find out more or contact us!

Photo Gallery

Wasteland was cleared in preparation for cultivation

Raised beds were created to assist the growing of the plants and vegatables and stop the spread of wild grass.

Sunflowers blooming in the middle of summer.

Harvest time with all kinds of vegetables.