- You may now enjoy a walk around site however you must maintain the latest government recommended social distance at all times
- Do NOT enter anyone else’s plot without prior permission. Please respect the wish of others to self-isolate their plots
- Always sanitise your hands or wear disposable gloves when touching the lock, toilet door handles, pumps or any communal facility
- Non-member family and friends may now join you on your plot but only if accompanied by a paid-up member of the Association
For the third year in succession, we are proud to announce we will be flying the much coveted Green Flag on site as we have been awarded with a Green Flag Community Award.
The Green Flag Award scheme, managed by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy under licence from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, recognises and rewards well-managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for their management across the United Kingdom and around the world.
Do you have broken or unwanted glass on your plot?
Between Thurs 15th October and Sun 18th October there will be a GLASS skip on site for all members to use.
Please note, the skip is for GLASS disposal only. Do not place any other items in the skip.
Please be community minded, let’s work together! Anyone abusing this facility may have their tenancy terminated.
The Allotments were established in June 1917 and cover over 9 acres, with 130 allotment plots. We can be found on Mackworth Road in Derby
The allotments primary function is to serve the residents of the surrounding area but this should not deter you from applying for an allotment if you live in other areas of Derby.
New members are always welcomed. Vacant plots come up fairly frequently and although there is usually a waiting list of people wanting an allotment on our site this should not deter you from adding your name to the list.
If you would like to put your name down for a plot or find out more about the allotments please contact our Secretary by secretary [at] araa.org.uk (Subject: Website%20Enquiry) (email) or by phone on 01332 485018.
The site is owned by Derby City Council but it's leased by the Allotment Association and managed by an elected Committee. The Committee work hard to ensure all members are able to enjoy recreational gardening to the maximum, in a safe and supportive environment.