NSALGNational Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners (UK)
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A recent survey conducted by the NSALG found that 74% of its members are worried that their allotment land will be sold off and redeveloped in the future; while the society itself receives hundreds of calls a year from allotment holders looking for advice on how best to safeguard their plots.
und pounds 200 a year n NSALG research says allotment holders spend around pounds 200 a year growing crops that would cost pounds 1,564 in shops.
The fact that the NSALG is part of the official consultation process relating to the disposal of statutory allotment land results every year in several sites being saved for posterity.
NSALG says this represents a significant rise in waiting list numbers.
'For them, gardening is an excellent way to get involved in the community, learn some gardening skills, and get out in the fresh air.' Geoff Stokes, national secretary of the National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners (NSALG), agrees that there's an allotment renaissance going on.
Geoff Stokes, secretary of the National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners (NSALG), said: "We welcome this new insight into allotment accessibility in Britain, and it's encouraging that so many people are interested in getting out and getting in to some green space.
The National Allotment Gardens Trust (NAG Trust) and NSALG (National Society of Allotment & Leisure Gardens) are spearheading National Allotments Week which runs until Sunday.
Try the National Allotment Society at nsalg.org.uk in the first instance.
The National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners (NSALG) offers membership to allotment societies and allotment gardeners.
Contact the National Society of Allotments and Leisure Gardeners (NSALG) at www.nsalg.org.uk, or phone 01536 266 576.
"Grow your own" is now so popular there are more than 100,000 people on waiting lists, according to the latest figures from the National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners (NSALG).