Hummersknott Allotments & Small Holdings Association seal
Welcome to the Hummersknott Allotments and Smallholdings Association Ltd web site. We are a privately allotment society owned by our members and run by a group of volunteers. The allotment site covers 4.42 acres in the Hummersknott / Mowden area of Darlington. The society came into being on the 1st May 1917. Before this the area was the kitchen garden and orchard for Hummersknott Hall. For more about our history please see the "Our History" page.

If you are interested in joining us please see the "Getting an allotment" page.

Judging day, open day and members party day

Saturday 21st July - plot judging day

Saturday 11th August - allotments open day

Sunday 12th August - members party day

Please keep an eye on the notice boards for more details about the open day and the members party day.

For those interested or may enjoy partaking in a bit of research

MYHarvest (Measure Your Harvest) is your opportunity to participate in an exciting research project that will estimate the contribution people who grow their own fruit and vegetable crops are making to UK national food production. If you fancy in participating in this research project or would like to find out more information, please look at the following web address: www.myharvest.org.uk

Successful infants school visit on 16th May

A group of 88 children with teachers and helpers enjoyed visiting the allotments. Thanks to all who showed them around, explaining joys of growing and fascinations of beekeeping.

Centenary commemorative film

Our Centenary commemorative film is still available to members who want it.

You can get your copy in two formats - either on a DVD or on a USB storage device (the USB version is full High Definition).

To get a DVD - simply send me your address via Facebook or email me at Paul.Wattam@hotmail.co.uk.

If you prefer a USB version - you will need to provide a USB device with a minimum 3.5GB of free space. Pop the USB into a padded envelope (or pop it in a normal envelope, but wrap it up well in kitchen paper). Please write your name & address on the envelope. You can either give this to Paul Wattam in person or alternatively, mark it for his attention and leave it on the table in the Top Pavilion.