Gardening Together

Sharing | Connecting | Growing 

A non-profit organization dedicated to lowering the allotment waiting list

Growing together

Welcome to Gardening Together, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering vibrant communities through the shared passion of gardening. We believe that gardening is more than just cultivating fresh produce; it’s a powerful tool for connection, sustainability, and well-being.

Join Our Thriving Community of Gardeners

At Gardening Together, we support a few ways to get involved. 

Share | Connect | Grow

Join us

Aspiring grower

Are you an aspiring gardener wanting to grow your own food and eagerly waiting for an allotment space?

Frustrated Gardener

I have a garden

Garden and land owners, your contribution can make a world of difference. 

By signing up your space as a shared garden allotment for a minimum of a year, you support those in your community that are seeking a space to grow and pass on your gardening knowledge.

Our Mission

Garden shares

What is the growing problem we are trying to weed out?

Unfortunately, there are over 100,000 people waiting to get their hands on an allotment space, with wait times often over 5 years!

"Green space can play an important role in fostering social interactions and promoting a sense of community"

Our mission is to strengthen communities by connecting people to growing together in a shared garden.

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Funded by the fabulous Frome community grant

Our Happy Growers

"We share ideas, tips, seeds, cuttings and apples - and the grass and hedge cutting, as well as our shared moans and delights with the weather and our horticulture failures and successes"
Sarah Layland
On the benefits of a shared garden arrangement at Pure Moves a pilates and wellness centre in Frome

Why we care

Hi everyone! I’m Kieran, one of the Directors at Gardening Together CIC, nice to meet you!

Have you ever wanted to have your own gardening space but just couldn’t find the right fit for you?

Well, I had the same struggle when I moved to Frome, but then I stumbled upon a lucky opportunity. I found a space at a local business premises where I could trade some gardening in exchange for some growing space. And let me tell you, it was truly amazing.

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Together we can grow, learn and
share in the harvest

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