Under Threat of Development
In September 2016, the Landlord, charity Pathways, announced plans to build on part of the allotment side. Despite 18 months passing, Pathways' are still intending to submit planning to build a mix of flats and houses on part of the historic site. Read more.
London's Oldest Allotment
Originally enclosed in 1832, the site is recognised as the longest surviving allotment site in London - growing local food for 186 years. Read our site history.
Our members/plot-holders are a diverse range of ages, nationalities and background, reflecting the range of the local community.
The 900m hedgerow around the site is an important safe habitat for many nesting birds and insects. It is recognised as a Site of Nature Conservation by Ealing Council.
Our Concern - The Permanent allotment should be Permanent
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