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Brighton and Hove Allotment Federation

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Allotments : Brighton and Hove Allotment Federation


latest page update: 2 January 2016

The Brighton and Hove Allotment Federation promotes the development, provision and protection of allotments, and represents the interests of plot holders in Brighton and Hove.

Our website is packed with info for allotment tenants – so we hope you find it useful. We would love to hear from you about your allotment or details of events that are happening at your allotment site.
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The objects of the Federation are

  • To promote allotment gardening, the development and provision of allotments as an important, inclusive, informal, outdoor active recreation for residents of Brighton and Hove.
  • To co-operate positively with Brighton and Hove Council in the administration of allotments and the provision of proper facilities for allotment gardening within budgetary provisions.
  • To promote adequate, appropriate provisions for gardeners with disabilities and special needs.
  • To promote shows, competitions, educational and other relevant activities to allotment gardening.
  • To participate in reviews of district planning and contribute to Council strategies relating to allotments.
  • To monitor the provision of allotments and resist any proposal to permanently reduce the current provision, subject to current and latent demands for allotments being met.
  • To promote the practices of organic cultivation and the conservation of allotments as open-air recreation land(an important element in the natural habitat) and wildlife corridors within the urban development.

Membership
Everyone who is a registered allotment tenant in Brighton and Hove is automatically a member of the federation. Your membership fee is paid by the council, and this funds the work of the federation.

All 37 sites whose tenants, formed as a site association or not, may nominate a site representative or contact to attend all committee meetings of the Federation and receive agenda, consultation papers and minutes.

Brighton and Hove Allotment Federation
development, provision and protection of allotments
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Everyone who is a registered allotment tenant in Brighton and Hove is automatically a member of the federation. Your membership fee is paid by the council, and this funds the work of the federation

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