Farnham allotment sites

We have 262 allotment plots on eight sites in Farnham.

Our allotments are at:

  • Alderley Farm, West Street
  • Farnborough Road, off Weybourne Lane
  • Morley Road
  • Wrecclesham, off Riverdale
  • Shepherd and Flock roundabout
  • Six Bells roundabout, Hale Road
  • West Street, and
  • West Street extension

See directions to the allotment sites for the exact location of our allotments.

Applying for a Farnham allotment

To put your name on the allotment waiting list please complete our allotment application form. We will need to know your:

  • name
  • address
  • telephone number and email address, and
  • where you would like to have an allotment. It is helpful if you put down your first, second and third choices.

Allotment charges

Prices of allotment plots vary dependent upon size but an average plot is £57.50 per year.

New allotment holders are subject to a one off £25 administration fee.

New allotment holders must also agree as part of their tenancy to pay an annual £2 fee for third party insurance cover which is arranged by the Town Council.

Allotment holders

Being an allotment holder is hard work but can also be good fun. Throughout the year you can get involved in a number of events and competitions such as the:

  • scarecrow competition
  • BBQ & and seed swap
  • winter lecture
  • best allotment plot
  • Summer visit
  • largest pumpkin
  • tallest sunflower
  • allotment show

To chat with other allotment holders in Farnham and to take part in discussions about the upkeep and running of the allotments visit the Farnham allotments’ website.

Allotment holders’ newsletter

We produce a quarterly Farnham allotment newsletter which gives you tips, seasonal advice and updates on our events and competitions.

Allotment holders’events

Find out about the varied events and competitions which are organised throughout the year for Farnham Allotment Holders.

Allotment Show

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the 2018 Allotment Show on Saturday 14 July has had to be cancelled.

However, it will return in 2019.

See the winners of the 2017 competition.

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