Community work

Grace and Flavour allotment at Hatchlands

Celebrating our 1000th allotment

Celebrating our 1000th allotment

We pledged to create 1,000 new growing spaces on our land, giving local communities the space to grow their own fruit and veg. At Hatchlands, we're working in partnership with 'Grace and Flavour', a not-for-profit co-op of local residents in East and West Horsley. We’re delighted that the Brown family became proud plot holders of our 1,000th allotment.

Allotments and growing places

If you'd like to discover more about our allotments and growing places throughout the country, you can find more details on all of our sites.

You can also download a map and contact details for each of our allotments and growing places, and take it with you.

Get involved

If you live or work in East or West Horsley and would like to get involved in this community kitchen garden project, head to the Grace & Flavour website for more information.

Community supported agriculture

A thriving community growing scheme at Hatchlands Park, Surrey © Grace and Flavour

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Promoting local food

Growing your own food is fun and sustainable © John Millar

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