Allotments in Sunningdale date back to 1860, possibly earlier. The current site was first let by the Rev. Raffles Flint, the vicar of Holy Trinity, around the late 1870s. The Parish Council, which was formed on 31st December 1894, officially took over responsibility for running the allotments at Michaelmas in 1895, and it has looked after them ever since.
A complete history of Sunningdale Allotments can be found here. It provides a useful read for anybody who is keen on local history or allotments.
Here is a slideshow with pictures that were taken at the allotments in September 2016. It focuses on squashes, pumpkins and decorative plants.
Interested in a plot?
There are currently 66 plots on the site. They vary in size from as little as 2 poles (50 sq. metres) up to 6.3 poles (160 sq. metres), although the average is under 4 poles (approx. 90 sq metres)
Plots currently available are: 1, 2, 2a, 6 and 39 to view plot position please see Allotment Site Drawing 2020 below
View the Allotment Site Drawing 2020
If you are new to growing then you may find the following articles useful:
If you are interested in having a plot then please contact the Parish Clerk for further information.
William Pack Cup for the best allotment in 2019
|1st Prize awarded to Elena Faquhar|
|2nd Prize awarded to Daphne Evans|
|3rd Prize awarded to Elizabeth Roberts|
|Highly Commended awarded to Alison Foster|
|Best Newcomer awarded to Edith and Geoffrey Tay|
|Allotment Tea 2019|