The allotments are administered by Pangbourne Parish Council and are situated on the edge of the village to the south, with the entrance on Grahame Avenue (off Kennedy Drive). There are over 50 whole plots (each measuring approximately 250 m2) but quite a few are divided into halves, thirds or quarters, which still gives a very good growing area. The soil is light and free-draining, but fertile. There are water standpipes dotted around the allotments and the cost of this water is included in the annual rental charge. There are also several hand pumps which provide water at no cost to allotment holders or the Parish Council.

For 2024, charges will be £35 p.a. for a whole plot, £20 for a half, £12 for a third and £10 for a quarter plot payable at the beginning of April. There is an administration charge of £15 for late payment. There is also a hardship discount available on application.

You need to live in Pangbourne or within a mile of its boundary to be eligible for a plot. There is a waiting list which is operated on a first come first served basis; if you would like to put your name down, please email or contact the parish clerk.


Pangbourne Allotment Rules 


Pangbourne Allotment Association 

The Pangbourne Allotment Association was set up in July 2012 and has been actively working to improve the facilities at the allotments since then. It organizes social gatherings, including regular allotment clear ups, plant sales and an annual BBQ at the end of the growing season. You can contact the Allotment Association directly via their Facebook page:

The association is a member of the National Allotment Society, which individual allotment holders can also join at an additional small fee, providing them with insurance cover and access to a discount seed scheme.

Pangbourne Allotments in Winter

Pangbourne Allotments in Summer