Join STANLEY ROAD ALLOTMENT & GARDEN SOCIETY as a plot holder or leisure gardener and get expert advice and help, discounted tools, garden products and spend a hours being one with nature. Cultivate a great social life and a great plot. Entrances at Oaks Way, Fir Tree Grove, Alexander Gardens and Cranfield Road West.
A £5 annual payment is all that’s needed to benefit from the Society.
image of personABOUT US :


Stanley Road Allotment and Garden Society is situated between Stanley Road and Courtney Crescent, Carshalton-on-the-Hill and accessed by four entrances in Oaks Way, Fir Tree Grove, Alexander Gardens and Cranfield Road West.

A nominated Committee, please see the About Us page, holds annual events incuding raffles, competitions, BBQ etc and we always welcome suggestions.

Long time members offer advice on storing and preserving your crop for the winter months, and we offer recipes for the produce you grow.

Gardening is one of the best forms of exercise there is and it is so cheap to do! Come and join us!

We offer a SITE CLEARANCE SERVICE for a nominal fee - please see Nigel in the HUT!

For those looking to minimise hard work, try the no-dig system:

MANURE: 50p per bag or barrow load, paid in advance at the Hut. Fresh, not rotted, great for over-wintering.

Oct 1-Mar 31.


Sutton in Bloom June 12th

Each year, the borough searches for the top green-fingered enthusiasts that help brighten up our borough. The Sutton in Bloom competition categories include: Best Front Garden, Best Community Garden, Best Business Frontage, Best Allotment Garden, and Best School Garden.

Please complete the online application form or contact if you need a paper form.

Anyone interested in the post of SITE REP, contact PAUL SHARP at

Please be very careful and vigilant. If it is movable and has value keep it under wraps! The security of plots is the responsibility of plot holders. Leave nothing on show especially wheel-barrows as they are used to transport stolen property and report any suspicions to a committee member.

jared Davies on plotPLOT INSPECTIONS. JUNE 1.
Plots to be at least 3/4 cultivated. No rubbish to be left on plots. Woody, dry material, matted grasses, tough weed roots, etc will not rot down, so please take to Kimpton Lane. Composting weeds in flower and seed results in weeds being recycled.
1 chickweed and 1 speedwell plant produce 2,200 seeds each which remain viable for at least 8 and 6 years respectively. Free compost available at Kimpton Lane Dump.

Guidelines provided by Sutton council for allotmenteer are here, offering sensible advice for your safety and health, such as how to avoid contracting Salmonella and getting your Tetanus jabs updated.

BBQ 11 June. £5.00 per head. Payment and offers of help please to June Rogers and Nigel Youngman. BYO, orders for veggie/options can be sent to

AGM 14 July. The Annual General Meeting of SRAGS is to be held at Stanley Park Hall. Come and enjoy an entertaining evening. Refreshments.

orderform for produce Stanley Road Allotment societyTHE HUT

26 Mar 10-12am

SRAGS TRADING HUT is situated in the entrance behind Alexandra Gardens estate in Stanley Road, for fine quality hardware, large and small, seeds, potatoes, onions, garlic, fertilisers all delivered to your plot by the lovely Derek, and all for an annual fee of just £5.

Sun 10am-12.00, March 26 to October 25, 2017.


DO NOT deposit any rubbish anywhere on site. ‘Fly Tippers’ reported to council and tenancy terminated.

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If you find any Swifts, Swallows or Housemartins which you THINK might need rescuing, please contact the 24 hr Hotline
09061 800 132

image of a Mona LisaGALLERY

If you are proud of your efforts on your plot then why not send us
BEFORE and AFTER pics to inspire others? We will upload them and give you all the credit you deserve.

Here you will find great ideas for your plot, I will be walking around with my camera to get some great hints and tips.
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Approximate annual calendar of planting times - 'approximate' due to climate changes, seasons later than usual etc, so a planting margin of a couple of weeks before and after at least should be taken into consideration. Follow experienced gardeners.
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image of vegetables for recipes blockRECIPES

It is so nice to share tried and tested recipes so please feel free to send them to me here to publish. If you have a photo of your favourite dish, please also send that in too.

A great recipe using all produce from your plot here.
The best I have ever tasted!!
image of idea lightbulbTIPS...!

Did you know that aspirin is said to keep bugs at bay in the greenhouse? Simply spray plants with an aspirin wash and they are bug free!

To stop Club Root in its tracks put a piece of rhubarb in the hole before planting brassicas.
Worth a try!