Allotments in Newton Abbot

    Discover The World of Allotment Gardening

    The Council has 6 allotment fields in the town, 5 of which are administered by the Newton Abbot and District Allotments Association.

    Newton Abbot and District Co-operative Allotment Association

    NADCAA is a community enterprise run by a group of volunteers helping its members and making allotment gardening available to the residents of Newton Abbot.
    The association was founded in 1919 on a plot of land rented from Lord Courtenay.
    Today they look after five fields.

    Blakes
    Bradley
    Coach Road
    Cookes
    Decoy 

    Newton Abbot Council is the Statutory Authority and have a close relationship with the association, as they are their landlord.

    Benefits of Allotments 

    Healthier, tastier food.
    A satisfying hobby.
    Fresh air and exercise.
    A return to nature.
    Resource Conservation.
    Friendship Opportunties.
    Grow your very own food, fruit and vegetables, or just grow flowers.
    Therapeutic, relief from stress and depression.
    Providing fresh food for family.
    Room for a shed or greenhouse.
    Their aim is to  promote community use of urban/suburban green space and to protect this by environmentally friendly gardening and use of allotment plot.
    To supply horticultural goods cheaply.
    To promote bio-diversity.
    To encourage healthy living and eating for young and old.

    Membership fees

    £36 per annum for full plot,
    £18 for a half plot from 1st January, 2009. 20% discount for over 60s.
    Initial £5 registration fee and key service charge of £2.50, or/and £1 for shop membership.
    Membership is open to anyone of age to sign a contract and work a plot.
    Non-plot holders may use the shop at Decoy. (£1 per annum).
    They are an equal opportunities organization.

    If you want to rent a plot ring 07812684399