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Welcome to the new look Salisbury Allotments Association website.

To celebrate ten successful years since the re-establishment of the Association we have re-designed the website. We hope you enjoy the experience and come back as we add significant new features in the next few months. We need to give a very big thank you to the staff and students of Wiltshire College, here in Salisbury, for their ideas and support and we will continue to develop that relationship. In particular we would like to thank 2nd year student James Brewer who planned and delivered the new website for us.

Rob Read, Chairman Salisbury Allotments Association

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SALISBURY ALLOTMENTS ASSOCIATION

The perfect organisation for allotments holders and gardeners from novice to the most experienced.

Holding monthly talks during the early spring and winter months covering a range of subjects.

A Trading Hut where you can purchase at competitive prices compost, fertilisers, manure, seed potatoes, onions, shallots, garlic, packet seeds, netting, fleece, canes (3ft to 8ft) and many other garden sundries. The Trading Hut is situated at Fisherton Recreation Ground off Coldharbour Lane, Salisbury. It is open every Saturday and Sunday between 9.30am and 12.30pm from January to Sunday 25th September 2016. Ample free parking.

Discounts are available from 29 local businesses from 5% to 30% on production of your membership card.

An Annual Summer Horticultural Show held in August covering vegetables, fruit, flowers, cookery, handicrafts, flower arranging, wines and cordials, art and a children’s section is open to non-members as well as members. It’s a fun day so whether you are exhibiting or just coming along to sample the atmosphere and see the exhibits you are guaranteed a very warm welcome.

Outings for members and non-members are organised during the year which include visiting Flower Shows, Stately Homes and Gardens also RHS Gardens. These are all very competitively priced.

A quarterly newsletter is produced with information about the activities of the Association and gardening snippets.

The annual subscription is £7, click Membership Form 2016 to see further details